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California-designed Tokyo Stussy store raises eyebrows

Located on a corner of Tokyo’s bustling shopping district Shibuya, the new Stussy Tokyo store, featured by Dezeen, is the latest shop to join the brand’s worldwide Chapter network. 

Conceptualised and designed by studio Perron-Roettinger, which is also behind Stussy Chapter destinations in Shanghai, Nagoya and Kyoto, Stussy Tokyo has a modest floor plan with a series of intimate spaces. 

“For the layout of this store we wanted to stay away from a linear floor plan and for people to always be met with different options on how to travel through the space,” Willo Perron, founder of the design studio, told Dezeen.

In contrast to the black facade, the store interior incorporates industrial elements and organic decor such as green timber panels, palm plants, built-in wooden shelves and “Tiki Totems”. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow pedestrians to see the store from the outside. 

“Despite the fact that it’s not a huge store, every time you come you can discover something different,” Perron added.

Read the full story and find more images at Dezeen.

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