中国, 成都, 伊芙丽(Eifini)女装成都专卖店 / SAKO建筑师事务所

建筑师:SAKO Architects建筑师事务所/ Keiichiro SAKO, Ken-ichi KURIMOTO, Liang JU

地点:中国成都

照明设计:Masahide Kakudate Lighting Architect & Associates,Inc.

建筑面积:160平方米

预算:US $25,000

项目年份:2008

摄影:Misae Hiromatsu

“伊芙丽(Eifini)”是一个女装品牌,在全国开设了大约180家专卖店。我们此次为他们设计的是成都专卖店的店面。

首先,为了突出服装,我们将整个地面、墙面和天花板都粉刷成白色,降低其他元素的存在感。店内的家具表面,如柜台,是用与地面相同的瓷砖镶嵌而成的。它的设计非常简单,就像是从地面中鼓起来的一样。最后,我们在空间内搭起一根全长250米的吊架管。

管子自由穿梭于店铺中,营造出一个适当分离却又不失连续性的空间。挂在管子上的服装色彩明丽,点缀着室内空间,并且不时在空中缓缓地摆动。吊架管由光亮的亚克力管组成,在店铺中四通八达伸展着,这种材料使管子能轻盈地漂浮在空间上方。

我们设计的吊架管除了展示服装之外,还具有许多实用的功能。例如管子从入口的一端弯到另一端,形成了入口门,而且如果拿下服装挂上帘子,就会变成试衣间。

吊架管的流向变化多端,看上去如同交响乐团指挥手中指挥棒的轨迹。管子既强调出服装的美感,同时也保有自身的鲜明色彩,描绘出一条流畅的轨迹。音乐会还在继续,而服装和管子轮流唱响主旋律。来店里逛逛,并感受一下这场交响乐的华美乐章吧!

我们希望所有女性都能欣赏到各个季节的旋律变幻。

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Architects: SAKO Architects / Keiichiro SAKO, Ken-ichi KURIMOTO, Liang JU

Location: Chengdu, China

Lighting Design: Masahide Kakudate Lighting Architect & Associates,Inc.

Building area: 160 sqm

Budget: US $25,000

Project Year: 2008

Photographs: Misae Hiromatsu

“Eifini” is the name of boutique which sells women clothes and they runs about 180 shops in all China. This time we designed its branch shop in Chengdu.

First, in order to spotlight the clothes, we painted all the floor, wall, and ceiling in white, and let any other elements to lose their existence. Equipments, like the counter, are made of the same tiles with floor. It designed very simple, so as if a part of the floor rose up and directly became the counter. Then, lastly, we put a whole 250 meter-long hanger pipe into this space.

The pipe goes around the shop freely, and make out a gently separated, but also successive space. The clothes hung in the pipe color the different spots in the shop, and softly flutter in the air. And also, the pipe is held by clear acrylic pole from all directions, and this makes the pipe free from gravity and float in this space.

In addition to displaying the clothes, our pipe has a lot of useful functions. For example, in the entrance, the pipe runs from side to side roundly and it makes out the entrance gate, and if you hang curtains instead of clothes, it will make out the fitting room.

The pipe changes itself one after another, and it seems to be the trace of the conductor’s baton in an orchestra. The pipe emphasizes the presence of clothes, but at the same time, it insists the existence of itself, drawing a smooth trace. The concert goes on, while the clothes and the pipe take turns at playing the lead. Visit this place, and just feel the melody of our orchestra.

We would like any woman to enjoy the melody changes in every all seasons.