'bao bao spatial interior design' by issey miyake
the interior covered with bilbao pattern - gradually changing in composition
as a handbag, bilbao by japanese fashion designer issey miyake is comprised of the repeated triangular
pieces - where the longitudinal interior wall space embodies this characteristic by spreading it all over the wall.
the interactive faced by tokyo-based moment design has two faces - black and white, contrasting the product
line due to its mono-tone background. the colored pieces appear to dance in rhythm, where passersby
would enjoy the double-sided image. rather than using shelves, hanger rails, or display cases for the installation,
a long bench is implemented for showcasing purposes.
the pattern gradually changes
the display shelf runs nine meters across the shop
bilbao bag and white background.
the goods show a different characteristic according as the background's pattern.
the wall as if the wind blows inside
the lighting pattern and logo of LED
the wide bench is also useful for a partition
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