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Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow Peach

Interiors Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow Peach

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow PeachA renovation project of a store selling handmade children’s clothing and general merchandise, located in Daikanyama, Tokyo. The renovation required store space, work space, a fitting room, and a storage area.

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow Peach

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow Peach

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow PeachGiven the above criteria, the architects devised a way to divide the space so different areas would be independent of each other, but still functionally connected.

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow Peach

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow PeachThey proposed utilizing semi-open dividers to define each area by building up and penetrating a layer of 40mm thick vertical boards. The dividers have different finishes to match each area’s needs.

Kosuke Kajikawa | Yellow PeachThe house-shaped windows and arched aisles create a closed, but continuous space. This allows people to see certain areas or products depending on where they are.

Location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Architect: Kosuke Kajikawa | MuFF Co.,Ltd.
Client: Yellow Peach
Typology: a store selling handmade children’s clothing and general merchandise
Total floor area: 30.400sqm
Design year: 2008.06-2008.09
Construction year: 2008.09-2008.10
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