The artist and Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has just completed the new shop Issey Miyake Marunouchi in the heart of Tokyo. The internal staging consists of the provision of large red triangles hung from the ceilings and walls of the store.
The artist himself resides in Tokyo and a large part of his works are part of permanent collections in museums such as MoMA in New York or the Parisian center Georges Pompidou, he is today considered a respected artist in the world. whole world.
The Japanese haute couture brand, Issey Miyake, is opening a new boutique with an original character, always expressing the desire to establish a contrast between historical continuity and a more modern future. The space is marked by both existing architectural textures and large triangles, in a futuristic style, made of aluminum painted in red and appearing to float in the store. Other triangles of different sizes also adorn the displays of the store's creations.
This created an opportunity to soak up the spirit of Issey Miyake and the famous stylist achievements. Thus, the unique space designed by Tokujin Yoshioka calls for a new experience, deeply inspired by the color red.
For more information, visit the website Tokujin Yoshioka