Posts Tagged ‘tokyo’

Todd Snyder store, Tokyo – Japan

April 23rd, 2014

The permanent store measures 1,200 sq.ft. [112 sqm.], spread over three floors of a modern structure. Dubbed the townhouse in good preppy fashion, the store interior references a classic tailor shop, and modern elements and materials are paired with a curated range of vintage props to reinforce the design concept.

Concerto restaurant by KuboTsushima Architects, Tokyo

April 18th, 2014

Concerto restaurant by KuboTsushima Architects, Tokyo

Bridgestone Communication Space by WALTZ., Tokyo

April 18th, 2014

Bridgestone Communication Space by WALTZ., Tokyo

Pizza Napoletano Café by BaNANA OFFICE, Tokyo – Japan

April 17th, 2014

Pizza Napoletano Café by BaNANA OFFICE, Tokyo – Japan

Vaudeville Showroom by Kamiyama Kazuhiro / HaKo Design, Tokyo – Japan

April 15th, 2014

Vaudeville Showroom by Kamiyama Kazuhiro / HaKo Design, Tokyo – Japan

JP Tower Museum INTERMEDIATHEQUE by The University of Tokyo & TANSEISHA Co., Tokyo

April 11th, 2014

JP Tower Museum INTERMEDIATHEQUE by The University of Tokyo & TANSEISHA Co., Tokyo

GRAZ showroom by NAP Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 10th, 2014

GRAZ showroom by NAP Architects, Tokyo – Japan

POP-UP STORES! Bodega and A pop-up store, Tokyo

April 9th, 2014

The concept of the Bodega and a pop-up store is a very clear nod to the store in Boston and mimicks the aesthetic of an american convenience store.

UNIQLO windows installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo

April 7th, 2014

Colorful Wind is a composition of 2,400, 4.7-meter long strips of rainbow-hued paper that float as a massive rectangular volume over mannequins sporting the Japanese brand’s linen clothes.

Papabubble candy shop by Torafu Architects, Tokyo

April 4th, 2014

The wall serving as a wall-to-wall advertisement also functions as a merchandise display on which products are placed directly. Moreover, we inlaid the papabubble logotype into the checkout counter, taking after the idea of a candy that reveals the same pattern no matter where it is cut.

Takeo Kikuchi Shibuya by Schemata Architects & TAKENAKA, Tokyo – Japan

April 3rd, 2014

Takeo Kikuchi Shibuya by Schemata Architects & TAKENAKA, Tokyo – Japan

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku by NAP ARCHITECTS & TAKENAKA, Tokyo – Japan

April 2nd, 2014

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku by NAP ARCHITECTS & TAKENAKA, Tokyo – Japan

DiEGO store by de:sign, Tokyo – Japan

March 21st, 2014

Different shapes of collars are lined up like specimens in a cabinet where a special glass film is used on the surface. Depending on where you stand, the direction or angle you are looking towards, your field of vision will become transparent or opaque.

HOEIDO Chawan store by Shotaro Sanada, Tokyo

March 18th, 2014

At HOEIDO store they deal in Japanese traditional tea cup “Chawan”. This space is also utilized as gallery of antiques which this owner possesses, such as “KATANA (Japanese sword)”, “YOROI (Japanese armor)”.

Google headquarters by Klein Dytham, Tokyo

March 12th, 2014

Google headquarters by Klein Dytham, Tokyo

Barbour flagship store, Tokyo

March 10th, 2014

Walls and flooring of bare bricks are alternated with sections covered in white paneling and flooring made from reclaimed wood. Adding a rugged countryside feel are the clothing racks and shelving made from galvanized steel and wooden planks.

YouTube Space by Klein Dytham architecture, Tokyo

March 2nd, 2014

The space has also been arranged to maximize the use of the iconic Tokyo Tower skyline as a shooting backdrop. Features including a super-long curtain partition and rearrangeable furniture, as well as the variety of wall surfaces, carpet shades, and ceiling configurations, are intended to provide a wide range of shooting settings.

Tonal vibrations crystal installation by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo

February 28th, 2014

Looking much more like a bed of water than a painting, the piece is actually 6-months’ worth of crystal that have been growing, layer by layer, inside a glass tank. It’s truly a work of art that has been ceded to the hand of mother nature.

Nigel Cabourn flagship store, Tokyo – Japan

February 27th, 2014

The new store features an interior which uses the building’s concrete shell as a blank canvas. Adding a suitable rustic edge are the wooden planks used as flooring, albeit dipped in a shade that matches the grey concrete, custom-made furniture pieces and carefully sourced vintage props.

Compolux at Seibu department store by Nendo, Tokyo

February 23rd, 2014

Our design took inspiration from the wrought iron fences surrounding the parks, squares and other green spaces in European cities. We created screens based on these fences, and suspended them from the ceiling as hanger racks for the clothes.