조용한 도서관에 들어와 있는듯 하다.
일본 도쿄에 위치한 도서관을 닮은 코스메틱 스토어는 기업이 추구하는 오가닉 및 지속가능한 생태환경 추구를 위한 디자인을 제안한다. 불필요한 과도한 화장과 미용을 걷어낸 순수함은 미니멀(건축어휘)을 사용한 인테리어에 투영되며 제품의 진정성과 방향성을 어필한다. 이러한 환경은 가지런히 배치된 책장들을 통해 완성된다.
reviewed by SJ,오사
Beauty products are displayed on rows of shelves arranged like a library inside this Tokyo cosmetics store by Japanese design studio Nendo.
The studio, led by designer Oki Sato, created the minimal interior for organic cosmetics company Nature's Way.
The store is located on an alley behind Aoyama Street – Tokyo's premier shopping destination, where some of the world's most famous architects have designed flagship stores for luxury fashion brands.
The comparatively small Beauty Library boutique occupies the ground floor of an unassuming building and has a fully glazed shopfront.
Colourfully packaged products are arranged on floor-to-ceiling wooden shelving units, which are positioned in a line down the middle of the space – like book stacks in a library.
Nendo's stools for American brand Emeco provide seating at dark wooden tables designed to look like individual study desks, which slot into the shelving units to provide spaces for testing the products.