the design labo constructs jun hashimoto tokyo flagship store
 
the design labo constructs jun hashimoto tokyo flagship store the design labo constructs jun hashimoto tokyo flagship store
mar 19, 2014

the design labo constructs jun hashimoto tokyo flagship store

the design labo constructs jun hashimoto tokyo flagship store
all images courtesy of the design labo

 

 

 

japanese studio the design labo has applied a wooden kumiki framework throughout the flagship store of jun hashimoto tokyo in japan. the interior is characterized by the repeated latticed-pattern that is used to line walls and installed on the furniture. the overlapping structure is used to form a table in the center of the shop, the top of which has a mirror placed on it to with a light that reflects the outline of a moon onto the ceiling. the installation of the wooden pieces seek to combine the natural world and the spirit of the body together, focusing on small details in a complex manner.

 

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looking into the jun hashimoto flagship store in tokyo

 


the wooden kumiki framework is used throughout the shop

 


side view of the store

 


the overlapping structure installed on the walls

 


detail of the wooden pattern

 

 

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