In total there are 11 doors in the space, all of them fake except for one.

For an interior renovation of a clothing shop called Rroomm in Osaka, Japan Ninkipen! Architects needed to figure out what to do with a collection of existing doors. Rather than cover over them, the firm heard opportunity knocking and was inspired to base the entire concept of the shop on doors.

In total there are 11 doors in the space, all of them fake except for one. Guests can open only one door among eleven doors. The doors have been expressed in three ways, ‘Door’ not connected anywhere, ‘Mirror’ shows the door came off, ‘Concrete’ shows the door buried. The idea is to make imagine that the world they are in ‘exists in doors'

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