Office Space Deconstructed Into Boutique Retail Space [Pics]

Office Space Deconstructed Into Boutique Retail Space [Pics]

Minimalist Japanese designers wanted to create a "sense of incompleteness" so layers were peeled, scraped, and dismantled.

Emma Hutchings
  • 2 april 2013

In order to make a new retail outlet for the Japanese fashion brand EEL look like an abandoned warehouse, Jo Nagasaka and Tomoki Katada of Schemata Architects stripped an office space down to the bare concrete walls.

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