Dover Street Market Shop Interior Design in Tokyo

The shop is situated in Ginza,Tokyo. The six-storey shop was designed by Rei Kawakubo, founder of fashion label ‘Comme des Garcons’.This shop is a following of the 2004 opening shop in London. The shop designer wants to guide the customers throw out the six-storey shop. Practical the costumers should think not only on what they where, they should now that one thing what count more is the way that we buy the things we want.

The six-storey shop has many rooms that are designed in different styles. One of the rooms is called ‘Junya Watanabe’ and the clothes are showing off on a gold wall. The space is one of pure imagination. Many architectural concepts are used in the six-storey shop like paintings that are made by led lights, and sculptures that are made from steel.

You will feel like visiting a museum, when in fact you are just shopping for clothes. The first thing you should do when you’ll visitTokyois take a tour of the Dover Street Market in Ginza, you will be amazed with the interesting design. The thing that you notice among the great artwork is the mixing of brands. Starting from the Vuitton, that is presented on the same footing, to street names like ‘A bathing ape’ is more like a voyage to the customer. The store is a very attractive one, if you will visit this six-storey shop you will remember it with pleasure.

Published by in Interiors, on March 29th, 2012


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