• Gallery Post // Aesop Store in Kyoto Kawaramachi.


    Posted on 9th May, by Team Yellowtrace in architecture, interior design. 1 Comment

    Aesop Kyoto Kawaramachi | Yellowtrace

    Aesop store in Kyoto Kawaramachi by Torafu Architects | Yellowtrace

    Aesop Kyoto Kawaramachi | Yellowtrace

     

    Project Name: Aesop Kawaramachi.
    Location: 327 Shioyacho Takoyakushi Kawaramachi dori Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan.
    Design: Torafu Architects.

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    The Kawaramachi store by Torafu Architects is Aesop’s second Kyoto store. The store’s design both reflects the history of this neighbourhood, which reaches back to the late 16th century when Kyoto was subject to an extensive reconstruction and the 19th century when it was central to the Meiji Restoration, and aligns itself with contemporary Kyoto.

     


    [Images courtesy of Aesop.]

     





  • One Response to “Gallery Post // Aesop Store in Kyoto Kawaramachi.”

    1. […] The Kawaramachi store by Torafu Architects is Aesop’s second Kyoto store. The store’s design both reflects the history of this neighbourhood, which reaches back to the late 16th century when Kyoto was subject to an extensive reconstruction and the 19th century when it was central to the Meiji Restoration, and aligns itself with contemporary Kyoto. See all images in our gallery post. […]



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