forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyo
 

forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyo

italian clothing brand forte_forte has opened its first boutique in japan within the ginza six shopping center, continuing the tactile and dreamy narrative born within its milan, paris, and london boutiques. located in ginza, one of tokyo‘s most popular shopping districts, the store invites customers inside a delicate, lightweight, yet strong interior that combines travertine, brass, and gold leaf in its material palette.forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyoall images by yasuhiro takagi

 

 

inside its ginza six shopping center boutique, forte_forte has used travertine as an expressive material made by multiple surfaces, applying it to the cash desk, a table, and on the backdrop wall. the surface of the wall comprises the material in large slabs, dotted with pieces of polished brass and colored mosaic glass produced by in an old venetian foundry. adjacent to the travertine surface, a wall of luminescent and metallic tones, embellished through the application of gold leaf, encloses an intimate dressing room and a small service stock, defining the depth of the space.forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyo

 

 

evoking the unique spirit of the brand, the store’s environment is designed to transmit a gentle, affirmative, delicate character, feminine and strong in its lightness. recurring spatial elements, such as a hanging brass piece that resembles a hand-drawn sign, as well as the brass clothing racks constitute the brand’s trademark objects that can be found in every forte_forte boutique. forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyo forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyo forte_forte opens brass, travertine + gold leaf boutique in tokyo

 

 

 

project info:

 

 

name: forte_forte boutique tokyo

location: 3rd floor, 6 chome-10-1, 104-0061 tokyo, ginza, chuo city, japan

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