24 Issey Miyake concept shop by Nendo


Japanese design studio Nendo have designed a concept shop for fashion brand Issey Miyake.

Called 24 Issey Miyake, the design will be used for four shops, due to open in department stores across Tokyo this month.

More information to follow.

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Posted on Monday September 14th 2009 at 10:06 am by Sarah Housley. Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • OT. Still no pictures browsing dezeen with a feed reader! Hope you’ll fix the problem a.s.a.p.!! Thank you very much,

  • Hmmmm. A white space full of clothes. Not really grabbing me, it must be said. I wish we had better images to look at tho’. Squinchy pictures of Barbie furniture don’t really cut it for me.

  • I agree with Conca …no pictures browsing dezeen with google reader …what’s wrong with it!!

  • It’s the miniature proportions that stand out. I don’t feel this would hold up well in actuality…

  • mil

    this desing is for the new chip miyake line?