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HOEIDO jewellery by Shotaro Sanada, Tokyo – Japan

May 23rd, 2016

10mm x 10mm mosaic tile makes it possible to show “Lightness” and something “Floating” for its heavy solid surface.

MILK LAND HOKKAIDO→TOKYO flagship shop by Ryusuke Nanki, Tokyo – Japan

May 19th, 2016

The consumer could gain knowledge, eat and purchase in the one space. The shop was designed so as to create synergy between each of these actions, leading to more effective brand building.

Fast Food Aid pop-up shop by Kaibutsu, Tokyo – Japan

May 18th, 2016

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Tokyo – Japan

May 11th, 2016

Olive des Olive store by curage design office, Tokyo – Japan

& Dough café by DOYLE COLLECTION, Tokyo – Japan

May 9th, 2016

By setting up a wall and balanced-sash-window, it enables to control the distance of customers and staff members according to cooking contents and the time of day.

Beams Japan store, Tokyo – Japan

May 2nd, 2016

The setting clearly is inspired by traditional arts and crafts, but it’s anchored in a modern context, featuring wooden shelving adorned by calligraphy, colourful ceiling murals, and rows of nippon-ified skate decks in the window.

Blue Bottle Coffee Shinjuku Cafe by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 30th, 2016

Furniture height is set below the waist height to keep out of sight; and floor and ceiling are finished with the same materials as the common area to erase the boundary between the shop and the common area, allowing the space to extend beyond to create a cafe that serves the entire facility.

Louis Vuitton Volez, Voguez, Voyagez exhibition, Tokyo – Japan

April 28th, 2016

The exhibition is staged at a purpose-built venue in the heart of the city near the grounds of the imperial palace, and presents the company’s history since its foundation in 1854. It does so by way of a series of specially designed settings, presenting a wealth of products from the Louis Vuitton archives in nine differently themed sections.

Shinjuku Prince Hotel by CL3 Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 25th, 2016

Drawing on a combination of natural elements from Japanese scenery, CL3 has created an indoor Zen environment to complement the synthetic nature of the Shinjuku district which is known for attractions such as robotic waiters.

Book and Bed hostel by Suppose Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

April 17th, 2016

Sleeping pods come in two varieties: regular ones, situated in rows, and slightly fancier looking ones, built right behind book shelves. Although varying slightly in size, the comfort is similar and all pods are fitted out with reading lamps. And you’ve guessed it, all hostel guests makes use of a well-equipped shared bathroom.

Hunter Flagship Store by Checkland Kindleysides, Tokyo – Japan

April 14th, 2016

The forest ‘trees’ are hand crafted replicas of silver birches which pass through the barn roof, piercing the ceiling into the first floor to reach the infinite and illuminated sky – a 570ft² cloud printed, gridded light box surrounded by mirror clad walls.

Pierre Hardy store, Tokyo – Japan

April 11th, 2016

The result is a visually layered shell with a distinct industrial look, softened at the base by more sensual materials and colours, such as taupe velvet carpeting and touches of shiny gold.

Diesel Black Gold boutique, Tokyo – Japan

March 31st, 2016

The interior design here oozes a tad more sophistication, captured by a monochrome palette of industrial and raw materials, emphasizing the line’s luxury positioning. Chunky displays and suspended metal clothing racks add up to the architectural understatement of the retail space.

Mykita eyewear store, Tokyo – Japan

March 29th, 2016

Crafted from perforated metal panels, it covers opposite walls, and on one side it extends to the far end of the shop, and its expansive enough to showcase no less than 400 of Mykita’s coveted eyeframes and sunglasses.

DIESEL store, Tokyo – Japan

March 28th, 2016

Special design details include steel fixtures paired with rugs, concrete flooring with wooden ceilings, and antique furniture with the use of technologically advanced materials.

Maison Mihara Yasuhiro flagship store by Yosuke Kamimoto, Tokyo – Japan

March 25th, 2016

The store unit is encased by steel and glass paneling – it’s also used inside as partitions – matching wonderfully well with an exposed concrete ceiling and a myriad of utility pipes.

The work of Miyake Issey exhibition by Tokujin Yoshioka, Tokyo – Japan

March 17th, 2016

The show sheds light on Miyake’s ideas about making things, and his approach to design — spanning from his earliest works to his latest projects — and to showcase his creations, Yoshioka has envisioned two mannequin typologies to display Miyake’s clothing which stem from the idea of ‘A piece of cloth’ being transformed into a beautiful shape that is worn on the human body.

1LDK Terrace, Tokyo – Japan

March 15th, 2016

Similar to most other 1LDK stores the interior is simple and functional, featuring timber flooring, both plastered and exposed concrete walls, and wooden paneling that’s reminiscent of the original store in Tokyo’s Naka Meguro district.

Hanami installation for FURLA by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

March 11th, 2016

The installation named “hanami” symbolizes the piloti columns as tree trunks, and created trees with blooming flowers with densely gathered sliced papers in 100 shades of colors.

Bunshi installation by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

March 11th, 2016

The installation consists of 20,000 pieces of small branches (bunshi) in 100 shades of colors, appear randomly placed, but in fact perfectly aligned in three dimensional grids.