Uniqlo Megastore
Japanese architecture and design firm,
Curiosity,  have completed a Uniqlo Megastore in Shinjuku
station, Tokyo.











The architects have embeded lights in the floor so that the
shop ‘glows’ at night, adding to the many neon graphics
throughout Tokyo. The entrance is marked by three large
display towers in which Uniqlo’s products are on show.















The architects claim, ‘the challenge of the interior is for it
not to exist’, leaving the Uniqlo products to take pride of
place. Curiosity have created a neutral interior whereby
‘customers and products seem to float in a white glow’.






















Architects: Curiosity
Type of Building: Retail megastore
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Client:Uniqlo                                                                                                               

Interior Contractor: Tanseisha
Facade Contractor: Taisei
Service                                                                             

Area:3043m²
Photography: Nacasa & Partners

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