Cibone Ginza

Koichi Futatusmata from Case-Real designed Cibone Case new showroom in Ginza, Tokyo, defining a multifunctional space that serves both as a shop and as an exhibition space.

Koichi Futatusmata, Koichi Shimohira, Cibone Case, Tokyo, 2017
Koichi Futatusmata designed the interiors of the Cibone Case showroom in the Ginza Six shopping mall in Ginza, Tokyo. The space had an irregular plan with a 20 meters span entrance and a shallow depth.

 

Cibone selects contemporary Japanese crafts and items from international designers and artists who use the store not only as a display but also as a place to feature exhibitions on a regular basis. The space whas then divided into long ‘slices’ parallel to the opening without zoning the spaces into equal sections. In addition a large sliding fixture was installed, inspired by a “Tsuzuki-ma” a Japanese traditional way to connect/divide spaces with a sliding door. The result is a space with multiple layers that can adapt to different scales, from the exhibition hall to modular displays.

Koichi Futatusmata, Koichi Shimohira, Cibone Case, Tokyo, 2017
Koichi Futatusmata, Koichi Shimohira, Cibone Case, Tokyo, 2017

Cibone Case , Tokyo, Japan
Program: shop
Design: Koichi Futatusmata , Koichi Shimohira (Case-Real)
Contractor: D.Beain Co.,Ltd.
Client: Welcome Co., Ltd.
Area: 200 sqm
Completion: 2017

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