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Architecture May, 28 2009

Uniqlo Megastore Tokyo by Curiosity

Curiosity, a Japanese design firm, have just completed the new Uniqlo Megastore in Tokyo. The inspiration comes from both the city scape and traditional Japanese architecture. For example, the entrance towers recreate a mini-shinjuku city. The use of lighting and angular shapes proposes to make the shop an active part of the street scape, illuminating the surrounding streets as well as attracting foot traffic. (via DB).

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