• Gallery Post // Aesop Store in Kyoto 97 Aburaya-cho Sanjo.


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

    Aesop Kyoto Aburaya-Cho Sanjo | Yellowtrace

    Aesop Kyoto Aburaya-Cho Sanjo | Yellowtrace

    Aesop Kyoto Aburaya-Cho Sanjo | Yellowtrace

     

    Project Name: Aesop Kyoto.
    Location: 97 Aburaya-Cho Sanjo, Kyoto, Japan.
    Design: Simplicity team under the leadership of Shinichiro Ogata.

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    Aesop Kyoto at 97 Aburaya-Cho Sanjo was created in collaboration with the Simplicity team under the leadership of Shinichiro Ogata. The design draws inspiration from Jun’ichirō Tanizaki’s In Praise of Shadows, the aesthetics of 14th-century actor and playwright Zeami Motokiyo, Kyoto’s machiya townhouses, and the vertical alignment of Japanese text.

     


    [Images courtesy of Aesop.]

     





  • One Response to “Gallery Post // Aesop Store in Kyoto 97 Aburaya-cho Sanjo.”

    1. […] Aesop Kyoto at 97 Aburaya-Cho Sanjo was created in collaboration with the Simplicity team under the leadership of Shinichiro Ogata. The design draws inspiration from Jun’ichirō Tanizaki’s In Praise of Shadows, the aesthetics of 14th-century actor and playwright Zeami Motokiyo, Kyoto’s machiya townhouses, and the vertical alignment of Japanese text. See all images in our gallery post. […]



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