Pay a Visit to these Amazing Retail Destinations In China and Japan

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Pay a Visit to these Amazing Retail Destinations In China and Japan ⇒ Both China and Japan are countries known for being quite active when it comes to retail as they have various stores throughout. However, two things separated them from the rest: their design and architectural features that are simply too impressive not to be noticed. CovetED has had the chance to come across four of the most astonishing retail destinations located within these countries, so take a look and consider paying a visit as you will not be disappointed by the end-result.

 


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Zhongshuge Bookstore by X + Living Architectural Design (Shanghai) Co.

Chengdu, China

 

This retail project is located in Chengdu Tianfu Avenue and situated on the fourth floor of the Yintai Center and is best known for its endless sinuous structural walls and vibrant interiors. It was designed by Chinese architecture firm X+Living who conceived this bookstore as an interior of a city filled with cultural charm.

 

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Pop-Up Structure for Herschel Supply by Linehouse Shanghai Limited

Shanghai, China

 

Drawing from Herschel’s roots in Vancouver, Canada, an urban centre surrounded by nature, Linehouse took the notion of the urban forest. Linehouse created a horizontally stacked timber structure; a void space fills the interior of the assembled wood, in the profile of a house, allowing for visitors to pass through the volume.

 

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Orec Co. by Kino Architects

Nagano, Japan

 

OREC green lab Nagano is a showroom of the agricultural manufacturing company that is headquartered in Kyushu, Japan. To show off agricultural equipment to farmers driving by, Masahiro Kinoshita’s pavilion combines lots of glass outside with humble plywood inside.

 

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Runner Camp by Prism Design and Office Coastline

Shanghai, China

 

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This project was a design collaboration between Prism Design and Office Coastline. It is a design concept called Runner Camp born from the desire to create a stylish and healthy space. To evoke a track feel, The designers involved used LED into the concrete floor of this sneaker flagship. Furthermore, the large staircase, the unique industrial materials as well as the adopted gratings metals give a refreshing ambience to the flagship store.

 


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Source: Interior Design | ArchDaily

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