Monday, 18 January 2010

Maison Hermes, Tokyo

Maison Hermès
Window Display Designer: Tokujin Yoshioka

Maison Hermès, Tokyo, by Renzo Piano is the corporate headquarters and retail store for Hermès Japan. The program includes offices, workshops, retail and exhibition spaces, multimedia areas and a roof garden. It is an elegant, glowing, rectangular form which has been carefully crafted from specially designed 45cm x 45cm glass blocks which give the impression of the building as a precious object containing equally precious objects.

Maison Hermès installation by Tokujin Yoshioka from Dezeen on Vimeo.
Tokujin Yoshioka designed Maison Hermès window display in Tokyo, which is on display from November 19 to January 19 2010. In case you have no time to hop to Tokyo, check out the video (follow the link).
What do you think of the amazing artwork?


Sarah Klassen said...

How clever is that display? I love that it looks like that lady is truly blowing on the elegant scarf! Thanks for sharing, I adore window displays + Hermes, for that matter :)

Hope you're having a wonderful week*

xo, Sarah

Fé... said...

It's about time I've got an inspiring post for you, Sarah. All these time, I've always been looking up to you :p

Wishing you a marvelous week as well, deary...

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