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Here are four houses from Amsterdam to Tokyo that use spatial design to help different generations live together long term.
Tokyo – Interior symbols of the Scandinavian brand’s heritage and the history of the 1960 Ginza site serve to create a living-room-like space for customers to feel at home in.
Tokyo – I In’s design of a new office for Mitsui Fudosan in Tokyo teams a comfortable sunken seating area with a reality-blurring digital backdrop to ‘symbolize the future’.
Tokyo – Winner of our Best Use of Digital Technology award this year, the Japanese capital’s Hipanda store uses AR to seamlessly marry the physical and digital realms.
Tokyo – The precision and personality of Tokyo eatery Sushi Yoshii was lauded across the board by the Frame Awards 2020 jury.
Tokyo – Our Multi-Brand Store of the Year, Tokyo’s Kashiyama Daikanyama, gives consumers a balance of ‘gallery-like’ retail and ‘glitzy’ hospitality spaces.
Tokyo – Ironically, it’s Case-Real’s black-on-black interior approach for hospitality space Nôl that landed them the Frame Awards 2020 accolade for Best Use of Colour.
Tokyo – Nendo’s Stairway House in Japan highlights how one spatial element can act as a literal and metaphorical bridge between generations.
Tokyo – Architect Moriyuki Ociai bends aluminium to create a luminous sculptural celing for Crystalscape beauty salon.
Tokyo – Japanese firm Nendo designs glass partitions with binary-code graphics for a Tokyo-based office.
Retail Openings is back with new store spaces from luxury fashion houses, furniture companies and lifestyle labels.
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.
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