Tokyo articles

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In Shibuya, a cow-spotted ice cream pop-up reveals the mutual fun in spatial advertisements

Tokyo – Ryusuke Nanki turned ad space physical with Milkland, a bold temporary pop-up shop in Shibuya for dairy-based sweets.

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A streetwear-brand’s office in Tokyo shows a little elegance can improve teamwork

Tokyo – Mastermind’s offices in Tokyo don’t look like what you’d expect from a streetwear apparel brand. And yet, to design studio I IN, it made HR sense.

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Openings alert: 10 new global hospitality projects from Starbucks, Fendi and more

The second installment in our Opening series on the hospitality sector, with a group of new need-to-know cafés, restaurants and hotels.

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A Japanese artist wants to (literally) challenge our perspective by using 3D frames

Inspired by classic paintings, Japanese artist Yusuke Kamata creates installations composed only of 3D frames to show art from every angle.

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Issey Miyake does the unthinkable: the pleating machine goes public in a new store

Tokyo – In the largest Homme Plissé location Issey Miyake has ever opened, 20 percent of the space is occupied by a machine often kept behind the scenes.

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From Tokyo to NYC, here are eight brand new must-see shops and cafés

Interested in updating your list of design inspiration destinations in your city guides? We’ve gathered a collection of not-to-miss spaces for you.

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To operate construction machinery remotely, a Japanese lab designs a special space

Tokyo – Designed by Domino Architects, the Kobelco Lab at the University of Tokyo is equipped to control a heavy crane located 800 km away.

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Schemata turned the humble cleaning sponge into a luxe holder for eyewear

Tokyo – For the new JINS store in Tokyo’s Ginza Loft, Jo Nagasaka and Schemata Architects used Scotch-Brite sponges as eyewear holders.

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A Tokyo Issey Miyake exhibition came face to face with visitors

Tokyo – Hakuten and Wow created an immersive promotion space for the Japanese designer’s new line of Bao Bao bags, Face.

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‘Nowadays you can be a gay architect, but you can't do queer architecture’

Tokyo – Adam Nathaniel Furman’s bold, bittersweet and bulbous Nagatacho apartment is more than meets the (queer) eye

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Soundbooths? Textile dividers? How about rebar as an open-office partition?

Tokyo – Organic Design Architecture Studio renovated a meeting room inside an office building using rebar as partition, in order to allow the flow of energy into any corner.

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This Japanese house was entirely built without a single nail

Designed by Japanese architect Takasaki Masaharu, for the Shinon-no-ie house were only used natural materials.

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