FUTABA store by Space co, Kobe – Japan

May 10th, 2017 by retail design blog

FUTABA + is a shop that merged books and miscellaneous goods. Because the thing called elevated under this compartment this time considering whether there is a large amount of framing pillars in the compartment, and considering that disadvantage can be merit, the concept raised at that time is “forest”. I designed the shop with the pillar as “tree trunk” and the product as “leaf”.

Rather than explicitly expressing the forest, I gave my attention to creating a space that expresses with the air feeling, light, texture and color of the place, and thinks that it is intuitive and comfortable. While visiting our guests enjoying searching for goods while walking in the woods, we tried to make shops that could meet favorite items.

Design: space co
Photography: Kenji Masunaga

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