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SHOTENKENCHIKU /December , 2019 | 2019 | SHOTENKENCHIKU

December 2019, SUMMARY

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


 


NEWS

ORD/CODE

(Page 38)


The ODS’s exhibition CORD/CODE was held in a basement gallery THE GINZA SPACE of THE GINZA COSMETICS GINZA located at Ginza 5-chome, Tokyo. It displayed models of window display and the building of the store. A spatial installation by numerous wires was intriguing. Also, furniture CORD/CODE was exhibited. The theme of the exhibition is to make space by wires(codes) in accordance with rules for spatial elements.
Designer : ODS  

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Cafe & Coffee Stand

ONIBUS COFFEE Yakumo

(Page 52)



Renovation project of bicycle shop on Komazawa-Dori, Yakumo, Meguro-ku, Tokyo. This coffee shop has a roaster and a skeleton ceiling. The floor is cement plastering to withstand the load and the facade uses steel sashes. Solid wood materials are used for facade, counter, and furniture, as possible as they are. Above all, the use of warm-eaten or gnarled lumbers is impressive. The floor uses salvaged wood materials from a 100 years old sake brewery hose of The Terada family that has run brewing industry for more than 340 years. Company men of ONIBUS COFFEE salvaged deserted beams and columns for processing on their own.
Designer : Kazufumi Suzuki

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Cafe & Coffee Stand

IRUMANDO

(Page 57)


photo / Nacasa & Partners


Located in Chuo-ku, Tokyo, this coffee shop was a remodeling project of fifty years old camera shop, making the most of the shop history and the context. The building is two-storied and the floor area is only 25㎡ each, which in the end made the architect to create this micro cosmos interior with the impressive use of arched ceiling and low light intensity. The wall has very small glazed holes to project inverted images of the outside on the interior wall of the shop. The interior design is based upon concept of “camera obscura”. In this rapidly changing Tokyo, this coffee shop seems to be a toll of memorizing the neighborhood.
Designer : Senbunnoichi

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Cafe & Coffee Stand

STARBUCKS COFFEE KYOTO BAL

(Page 116)



STARBUCKS COFFEE KYOTO BAL focuses on art scene in Kyoto, designed by collaboration of in-house designer team and SANDWICH, a platform joined by various artists. The atmosphere of the environment is so free and unique, like a shared studio for young artists. In a grey-based room, there are eighty art pieces by thirty creators. The entrance makes a buffer zone for visitors and the floor uses dripping drawing by art students. Everything in this cafe stimulates visitors’ art mind and makes their coffee special.
Designer : SANDWICH + STARBUCKS COFFEE JAPAN

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Cafe & Coffee Stand

GACHA GACHA COFFEE

(Page 120)



GACHA GACHA COFFEE is a self-service style cafe, saving shortage of labor force. You buy capsuled coffee beans from gachapon, a coin-operated vending machine, to make your coffee on your own. You can taste freshly ground and dripped coffee, while you are excited. The machines stock six types of beans with winning capsule of rare brand from Karuizawa-based Maruyama Coffee. Tables and chairs are all original by the architect.
Designer : nendo  

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Take Out Shop

LEMONADE BY LEMONICA Shibuya Stream

(Page 132)



This establishment is the flagship shop of LEMONADE by Lemonica offering takeout. The focul point is an eat-in-space which makes shoppers behave naturally when they drink lemonade and it is also a public space with swing-like seats.
The eat-in was designed to induce people’s action. The lemonshaped decorations and vitamin colors, lemon yellow pop-neon tubes represent freshness of lemonade.
Designer : SWeeT

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Take Out Shop

BAKE CHEESE TART / CROQUANT CHOU ZAKUZAKU
Sakura-machi-Kumamoto

(Page 161)



Operate by BAKE Inc., this shop firstly mixes their major merchandise BAKE CHEESE TART and CROQUANT CHOU ZAKUZAKU. In a minimalistic area of the former, slim solid metal rods make shelves for tarts and brand icon yellow boxes. The latter CROQUANT CHOU ZAKUZAKU is composed of blue graduation glass surfaces with a rounded square hole.
Both shop share white painted steel, glass, and mortar as main materials. One shop looks sharp and the other one cute.
Designer : Takasu Gaku Design and Associates  

 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/Take Out Shop

365 NICHI TO NIHOMBASHI

(Page 178)



Located in Takashimaya Nihombashi New Building. this is the second shop of 365 NICHI TO NIHOMBASHI, which is a popular bakery operated by Akimasa Sugikubo and based in Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. The establishment is located near the entrance of the building and the facades are fully glazed for shopper to see through the sales are and the kitchen. The store also has an eat-in and sells spice and food. This bakery proposes Japanese bread and the interior design theme is modern Japanese. When you enter the store by using sliding doors, you face the iron-framed bread rack. Face-to-face sales encourages communication. The traffic line is one-way, considering the busy time.
Designer : VYONE


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