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kengo kuma recreates traditional soy sauce warehouse in tokyo

kengo kuma recreates traditional soy sauce warehouse in tokyo - designboom

Prada Flagship Store, Tokyo, Japan - Roberto Baciocchi and Carlos Cruz-Diez

Prada opens a new store in the prestigious Ginza destrict of Tokyo, located on the Chuo-dori Street. The store designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi takes a massive three level space of 991 square metres.

Kayanoya shop by Kengo Kuma, Tokyo – Japan » Retail Design Blog

Kengo Kuma suspends wooden barrels over Japanese soy-sauce shop

Ibuki Kougeisha designed Julique display @Brenda Skarzynski TOKYO/息吹工藝社 展示台装飾

Ibuki Kougeisha designed Julique display @Brenda Skarzynski TOKYO/息吹工藝社 展示台装飾

Kayanoya ©Sadao HOTTA

Kayanoya

Kengo Kuma designs a shop in Tokyo for Japanese soy sauce manufacturer Kayanoya, complete with giant barrels on the ceiling.

Kayanoya Tokyo, Japan 2014 shop 133 m2 Kayanoya originates in Kuhara Shoyu , Kyushu, a soy sauce manufacturer whose history dates back more than 120 years. The Kayanoya Shop in Nihonbashi is a reproduction of their traditional warehouse which we visited in Kyushu. Shoyu wooden barrels float to the top. Barrels used for traditional shoyu-making are big and strong. To display the products, Koji Buta (koji is malt rice used as a medium to make fermented food or seasoning as shoyu, miso and…

Kayanoya

Metaphoric?

Epic floor.

Epic Floor Design, although I'm not sure what the idea is. if laid with clear or glass tiles to see the design would be different, but to put black tiles over doesn't make any sense. I wonder if you get a magnifying glass to view the floor.

For my work home ^_^

Wine Republic - Melbourne - 800 bottle lighting sculpture nicknamed the 'Wine Cloud' - retail display

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