Yuko Nagayama & Associates in collaboration with panorama designer Toshiya Ogino envisioned this excellent open area showroom in Kobe, Japan, for the leatherwear firm Sisii. Its particularity consists in displaying the clothes gadgets, “randomly” hanging from a metallic help positioned strategically close to the inside gardens. At Sisii’s one can admire jackets and purses whereas strolling by way of the gardens and pleasant consultants are all the time prepared to supply help tailor made to the wants of the shoppers. Yuko Nagayama breaks the principles of design, creating a completely unconventional area. She manages to actually deliver the character inside and make the individuals visiting the showroom really feel relaxed in an setting that encourages that.
“The uncommon area is outlined by a raised metal platform. Mirrored partitions on the again broaden the showroom visually whereas concealing a storage space. The elevated flooring acts as an auxiliary workspace whereas defining the practical zones. Folding or slicing into the plate enabled Nagayama to designate distinct seating areas in addition to a number of small gardens made by Ogino from native rocks, crops, and timber.” Due to the “assortment” of crops and timber that continually want mild, the showroom needs to be illuminated 24/S.