Because of its semi-opaque envelope, the building takes on a life of its own: It glows in the evenings and its framing casts shadows that dance throughout the interior during the day.
Kengo Kuma wraps the inside of Camper's Milan store in a timber grid.
kengo kuma poster / daikoku design institute.
© Shinkenchiku-sha Architects: College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley, Kengo Kuma & Associates Location: Hokkaido, Takinouegenya, Takinoue,
Retail Design | Store Interiors | Shop Design | Visual Merchandising | Retail Store Interior Design | Lucien Pellat-Finet Shinsaibashi / Kengo Kuma
Aoyama Real Estate Agency / Pet Architecture - Atelier Bow-Wow
Atelier Bow Wow. Japan Architect 17 Spring 1995: 227 | RNDRD