Posts Tagged ‘Yusuke Seki’

Tadafusa Factory Showroom by Yusuke Seki, Sanjo – Japan

March 18th, 2016

The thinned-out assortment of knives is at once both more attractive and user friendly, the horizontal orientation more intuitive.

Maruhiro – Hasami Ceramics Flagship Store by Yusuke Seki, Nagasaki – Japan

August 24th, 2015



Maruhiro is the leading producer of Hasami ceramics which includes pottery and porcelain.

Majotae Textile Exhibition by Yusuke Seki, Tokyo – Japan

May 20th, 2015

Majotae Textile Exhibition by Yusuke Seki, Tokyo – Japan

Nakagawa Masamichi Shoten-gai store by Yusuke Seki, Tokyo – Japan

February 10th, 2014

In an attempt to recreate the lost charm of shoten-gai, Nakagawa Masamichi Shoten, a traditional fabric maker with a 300-year history, hired designer Yusuke Seki (previously) to create a new type of market place; one more suitable and competitive within a new ecosystem.

Otsuka-Gofukuten kimono shop by Yusuke Seki, Kyoto

February 8th, 2013

Yusuke Seki planned the store with three separate displays areas, allowing a clear distinction between different styles and price ranges to make the experience easier for the customer. Brightly coloured and patterned fabrics are presented on industrial wooden shelves at the centre of the store, while more material is hung from metal frames and some is laid out in wooden drawers.

Papabubble candy shop by Yusuke Seki, Yokohama

June 21st, 2012

Papabubble are Caramels Artesans started in Barcelona in 2004, and has since launched all over the world. The candies are all hand made, and shows the process of making candy for a customer, and in doing so, entertaining kids and adult viewers alike. The shop design resembles a laboratory, and shows off the finely presented hand made look of these experimental candies.