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Whether seeking inspiration for your next retail design project or looking to add new global destinations to your must-visit list, this month's collection of Openings has you covered.
Tokyo – DDAA’s incubator design for venture capital firm Mistletoe redefines how we think about the concept of both the agile office and the client-architect relationship.
Designers have a growing check-list to mind when creating brick-and-mortar shopping spaces today – here are nine new spots that mind the retail shift.
Tokyo – Ryusuke Nanki turned ad space physical with Milkland, a bold temporary pop-up shop in Shibuya for dairy-based sweets.
Tokyo – Mastermind’s offices in Tokyo don’t look like what you’d expect from a streetwear apparel brand. And yet, to design studio I IN, it made HR sense.
The second installment in our Opening series focuses on the hospitality sector, with a group of new need-to-know cafés, restaurants and hotels.
Inspired by classic paintings, Japanese artist Yusuke Kamata creates installations composed only of 3D frames to show art from every angle.
Tokyo – In the largest Homme Plissé location Issey Miyake has ever opened, 20 percent of the space is occupied by a machine often kept behind the scenes.
Interested in updating your list of design inspiration destinations in your city guides? We’ve gathered a collection of not-to-miss spaces for you.
Tokyo – Designed by Domino Architects, the Kobelco Lab at the University of Tokyo is equipped to control a heavy crane located 800 km away.
Tokyo – For the new JINS store in Tokyo’s Ginza Loft, Jo Nagasaka and Schemata Architects used Scotch-Brite sponges as eyewear holders.
Tokyo – Hakuten and Wow created an immersive promotion space for the Japanese designer’s new line of Bao Bao bags, Face.
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