Articles tagged Japan

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Can you use colour as a material in an immersive installation? Here's how

Sendai, Japan – What a chroma queen: artist, architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux makes colour her only material.

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Waterfalls? Interactive art? This is not your typical digital receptionist

Tokyo – TeamLab’s ‘digital receptionist’ for DMM.com welcomes visitors to a space that responds to human motion. 

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How to be on-brand and hyper-local? Marni knows just the trick

Tokyo – The Italian fashion house blended its existing interior motifs with local design cues for the creation of its first Tokyo flagship.

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At a sushi restaurant, is it actually better to eat standing up?

Tokyo – At the new location of Sushi Yoshii in Aoyama, the team behind DDAA turn to the dish’s history to find a different way of experiencing it today.

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A new Japanese store uses light and AR to tell a (spooky) brand story

Tokyo – Curiosity’s proposal for Hipanda’s Omotesando store is a choose-your-own-adventure mystery tour disguised as a retail experience. 

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Acne Studios’ Shibuya store proves carte blanche isn’t just for the art world

Tokyo – For the fourth interior rotation of the Swedish fashion brand’s one-and-only project store, the in-house design team created a tactile environment for the accessories range …

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Your corner market might soon feature 3D-printed bioplastic furniture

Tokyo – Inspired by Japanese folding and drawing techniques, Dus made 3D-printed displays and furnishings for Loft, a department store in Ginza designed by Schemata Architects.

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Poorly designed McDonald’s restaurants? That’s so 2009

Tokyo – NC Design & Architecture revamped a Tokyo McDonald's, taking a postmodern approach to help bolster the American company's spatial branding. 

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This Japanese house is like a real-life version of Snakes and Ladders

Tokyo – Indoor living and outdoor life merge organically in Akihisa Hirata’s house-cum-gallery in urban Tokyo.

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What’s on the ground floor of this wave-like Japanese house? A sake store

Kitami, Japan – Architect Jun Igarashi is behind a new type of Asian shophouse: an apartment on top linked to a sake store below by way of an elegant curve. 

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‘London is a place to develop ideas, while New York is a place to realise them’

Tokyo – Artist Mariko Mori lives between London, New York and Tokyo. In this excerpt from Where They Create: Japan, she discusses the differences between them.

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This renovation worked around Japan’s zoning laws by using yobitsugi

Aoyagi, Japan – Country Market, a project by architect Ryusuke Nanki, applied the mish-mash yobitsugi technique to a former residence in Yamagata.

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