Design proposal for the renovation of a two-story tie shop in Tokyo, by Japanese architect Shuichiro Yoshida. The concept is based on a staggered arch system to create separate areas inside the shop and lead client; basic materials: black plaster mixed with carbon.
Design / renderings cortesy of Shuichiro Yoshida
previously: Tube hair salon in Athens
Pop-up concept store for Swedish clothing brand COS at Salone del Mobile Milan, 2013 designed by Bonsoir Paris aka creative duo Rémy Clémente and Morgan Maccari (prev. seen here)
The design consist of modular system based on a multisided metal “star” from which up to 14 metal or wood rods can be joined and continue on to yet another metal “star”. From this a spatial structure was built from where COS’ items could be exhibited in the space.
Materials used were natural and included white painted metal, brass, string and light wood.
The Balloon Factory, a project by Object Design League, produces balloons for special events and by request. The pictures above are from the “Japan Premium Beef” meat shop @NY, where they created a set of butcher-themed balloons (in the tradition of Sam Baron’s sausage installation there in 2010).
The meat balloons are up for sale until supplies run out. Get one at the ODLCO online store.
Plywood multilayer artwork made for a new Nike Sportswear store in Moscow, by the Moscow-based visual artist Aske aka Sicksystems.
The Nike PR room, Tokyo, designed by Torafu architects.