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SHOTENKENCHIKU / September , 2018 | 2018 | SHOTENKENCHIKU

September 2018, SUMMARY

SHOTENKENCHIKU is monthly magazine of Japanese interior design / store design / commercial architecture


 


Special Feature 1

Thinking about Design Fee

(Page 53)


How should interior designers cope with the matter of their fees when they have to face the serious reality of clients’ attitudes? Some researches tell real voices of them on current issues of the negotiation about the fee. Plus, more voices from owners, planners of restaurant are here. Insights on how to enhance a negotiation position of a designer.

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE 1/FASHION STORE

ISSEY MIYAKE KYOTO

(Page 103)


photo / Nacasa & Partners


A Kyoto store of ISSEY MIYAKE is a renovated project based upon an old traditional Kyoto-style house. How to re-use the old contrasting with the new, without creating something pecluliar, is a crucial point of this interior. Traditional old Kyoto house brightens ISSEY MIYAKE garments here. Design-wise producing old thing that looks new is a key concept of this project. Additional new parts don’t stand out and the whole shows the harmony.
Walls were made of plaster and sumi-ink. Detached “kura” (traditional warehouse) was turned into a gallery. A garden-side big opening of the main building is fully glazed,which fuses the outside and inside of the building.
Designer : NAOTO FUKASAWA DESIGN

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE 1/FASHION STORE

Archive Store

(Page 112)



Archive Store sells masterpieces by famous designers who took the world by storm in a warehouse-like cold concrete basement.
Surrounded by copper-covered wall, the store uses visually tricky mirrors and modern fixtures. There are arty big showcases which change at any time exhibited items, which are historically valuable.
The store, without merchandise, would look minimal environmental art itself and it is used as a hall for exhibitions and other events.
Designer : DESIGN ROOM 702

 


FEATURE ARTICLE 1/FASHION STORE

NiCORON

(Page 122)



This store, produced by T.V. character Nicole Fujita, targets teenagers and deals casual fashion items and is located on the seventh floor of a famous fashion complex SHIBUYA 109, Tokyo.
The interior is colorful and decorated with bouncing things. A pile of detergent boxes was planed by art director Tetsuya Chihara and the store front was designed as a laundry with washing machine-like showcases.
Designer : acca

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE 2/GRILL,TEPPANYAKI & YAKINIKU RESTAUTRANT

SALT GRILL & TAPAS BAR Ginza

(Page 157)



This restaurant specializes in grill and pasta. Bar, lounge and dining room are fused in one space. The interior is accentuated by different floor levels and lighting under a coherent theme. A designer chose mixed style of luxury and casual-junk high-end, using marble smoked heat-absorbing glass not using common salvage materials. A gigantic wine cellar is near the entrance and art pieces are displayed in the back showing the theme of “cows and the earth”. This restaurant is vivid with the intriguing backdrop of Ginza, a busy and gorgeous downtown in Tokyo.
Designer : KARASAWA YOSUKE DESIGN OFFICE

 



FEATURE ARTICLE 2/GRILL,TEPPANYAKI & YAKINIKU RESTAUTRANT

YAKINIKU TORAJI Ikspiari

(Page 176)



This Korean barbecue restaurant is located in Ikspiari, commercial complex next to Tokyo Disney Land. The interior of the establishment is entertaining covering a wide rage of customers.
A theme of the environmental design is a traditional Korean house. Repeated triangles make ceiling and walls dynamically. A floor is also covered with triangle pattern. There are four dining areas with the same motif and different color scheme each. Lighting fixtures on the ceiling is finished as a mirror surface liven up atmosphere. Serving lanes extend from the kitchen to box seatings which are both functional and entertaining.
Designer : hashimoto yukio design studio

 


Special Feature 2

Mercantile Environment by Takashi Sugimoto

(Page 185)


Takashi Sugimoto, one of the most prominent Japanese interior designers died in April, this year. Soon after the graduation of university, he started his firm SUPER POTATO and he created a lot of superb bars, restaurants, stores, many of which impressed us very much. Also he produces large-scale projects like hotels and department stores in Japan and abroad. He was business owner and educator, leading the industry of interior design in Japan. This and the next issue of SHOTENKENCHIKU magazine cover legacy of Sugimoto with a chronological table of his works, interviews with ex-co-workers of SUPER POTATO, photographers and designers of his era. Besides, his precious talk with Shigeru Uchida is reposted.
 


Focus

Löyly

(Page 224)



Hernesaari area is a former industrial area on the Helsinki sea shore that will be built into a residential area. New use is developed for the area already now while waiting for the future change. Traditional sauna is developed into an easy-going undulating building that is more part of the future coastal park than a conventional building. Interesting views open up to city centre and even to open sea between wooden lamellas. The whole building forms also an outdoor auditorium for the future marine sports centre's activities on the sea. Löyly offers foreign visitors a public all year round sauna experience - a must when visiting Finland.
Designer : avanto architects Joanna Laajisto Creative Studio

 

 

 


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SHOTENKENCHIKU is the only magazine which has been dedicating to Japanese store design and commercial architecture since 1956. The magazine offers readers the very latest interior design of restaurants, hotels, fashion stores, hair salons, etc with many pictures, detailed floor plans and information of main materials. It is considered to be a must-read for architects, interior designers.  

 

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