Japanese Boutique Storefront Promotes Curiosity And Privacy

Japanese Boutique Storefront Promotes Curiosity And Privacy

The design creates a beautiful balance between opposing client requests.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 21 october 2010

Trent Vioro wanted the design of their new mall shop in Fukuoka, Japan to both invite quests but also have an interior that was enclosed and private. Architect Toru Shimokawa of stad looked for a solution to the contradictory request. The final design is deceptively simple and quite brilliant.

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