A vision created with artist Ran Tondabayashi combines to bring a brillant palette and brand image.
The poppy themed store concept is layered with decorative petal panels throughout the walls. Beyond aesthetic, the three-story space also leveraged on workshop spaces and customisation corner, keeping design layout expansive for interactive retail possibilties.
While the Harajuku store emulates a vibrant and youthful atmosphere, its counterpart at Ginza district of Tokyo represents an edgier, urban design.
Also a three-story boutique, the facade is clad in sleek black, illuminated by the reversed ‘D’ lettering of Desigual rebrand icon. In its interiors, LED rods line the ceiling in zig-zag pattern and black mesh. Mimicking an urban factory, this similar design was later implemented in Desigual at Changi, Jewel Singapore.
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