INTERIOR STYLING

RETAIL / Shinjyuku Tokyo

FREE'S SHOP Shinjuku

Jamo originally designed the interior for FREE'S SHOP in 2006 and then again for a redesign in 2011 when the store decided it wanted to "age together with their customers" and offer a more relaxed shopping atmosphere for a slightly older woman. The primary materials used are limestone and teak and the atmosphere throughout...

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RETAIL / Futako-tamagawa Tokyo

Newyorker by Keita Maruyama

This store is the flagship for a collaboration between designer Keita Maruyama and NEWYORKER, a Japanese apparel brand with a classic American style. The image Maruyama wished to create was the idea of "America, land of the free". Jamo's plan was to create a space where the style could informally take shape by filling it l...

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RETAIL / Futako-tamagawa Tokyo

N.Natural Beauty Basic

This is a sister brand to the popular Japanese shop "Natural Beauty Basic". Various interior elements inspired by the first letter of the brand's name have been brought into a classic setting reminiscent of "medieval Europe". These include N-shaped display fixtures, an N-shaped pattern in the floorboards, and an ...

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RETAIL / Futako-tamagawa Tokyo

navasana AMERICAN RAG CIE

This brand by the apparel store AMERICAN RAG CIE offers women's clothes interpreted through the lens of traditional Indian craftwork. Jamo experimented with some new methods of developing a retail interior such as the incorporation of long practiced decorative crafts into interior elements (including decorations used on the exterior...

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RETAIL / Shinjuku Tokyo

OZOC Shinjuku

The brand OZOC reopened their store in the first basement level of Lumine East, a large shopping center adjacent to Tokyo's Shinjuku Station. In order to make visitors feel the OZOC's unique sense of style, Jamo's idea was to clearly divide the space into "functional sales areas" and areas where the "brand'...

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CLINIC / Aoyama Tokyo

Rikka the skin clinic

Dr. Takako Kusano, a face often seen in the Japanese media, opened a clinic for cosmetic dermatology in Tokyo's Aoyama area. The aim was to have a space like a salon where visitors immediately feel enveloped in a satisfying and happy dreamlike atmosphere. Jamo placed emphasis on creating the proper quality of light in the space and ...

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EATERY / Futako-tamagawa Tokyo

Allo

An area within the Futako-Tamgawa neighborhood of Tokyo has recently had new developments built there, including a new high-rise residential tower where the French bistro Allo is situated on one corner. Here, Jamo worked to recreate the feeling found in such an establishment in Paris. Rather than a simple, superficial imitation of shape...

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EATERY / Aoyama Tokyo

PARIYA

Director Yuichi Yoshii is involved in with many boutiques that have defined a period in time in Japan. He now owns his own shop, "The Contemporary Fix", which brings together a mixture of cuisine, culture and fashion.The 1st floor houses a deli and the 2nd floor focuses on menswear and a diverse collection of accessories.The s...

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RETAIL / Aoyama Tokyo

THE CONTEMPORARY FIX

Director Yuichi Yoshii is involved in with many boutiques that have defined a period in time in Japan. He now owns his own shop, "The Contemporary Fix", which brings together a mixture of cuisine, culture and fashion.The 1st floor houses a deli and the 2nd floor focuses on menswear and a diverse collection of accessories.The s...

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STUDIO / Daikanyama Tokyo

MANSARD STUDIO

Jamo developed this naturally lit photography studio for Koichiro Doi, a photographer working around the world with bases in Tokyo, Paris and New York. The space was designed to realize his long held idea to have a studio where he can both give free rein to his creative pursuits and also offer a sense of comfort to visitors. While creat...

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RETAIL / Kumamoto

BEAMS KUMAMOTO

The façade is girded with a nuanced mosaic that becomes a natural part of this landscape. For this shop, which gently welcomes customers into the store, the most important part of the concept lies in its floor plan by which customers can see the next part of the store in front of them but cannot see the next area after that. Cust...

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RETAIL / Yokohama Kanagawa

BEAMS Yokohama Higashiguchi

This is a store of over 330m2 where you can quickly make your way through the entire store without ever realizing it. The floor is covered in brick tiles with the color and size of the tiles changing depending on whether you are in the area for men's or women's clothes or some other such area. The tiles do not strictly delineate...

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RETAIL / Ginza Tokyo

FREE'S MART Ginza

The busy streets of Tokyo's Ginza area are a Japanese icon. Ginza's main street, Naka-Dori, is lined with shops ranging from classic brands from Japan's pre-war era to current global high-end and fast fashion brands. Amid these sits the Matsuzakaya department store, where Jamo designed the 1st floor street-facing shop FREE&#...

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RETAIL / Shinsaibashi Osaka

BEAMS OSAKA 1F

In the Shinsaibashi area of Osaka, the city's high street district, BEAMS has a large 2-story shop that faces the area's main thoroughfare. Jamo designed the first floor (the women's floor) in order to make use of the sense of scale that derives from the building's original function as a bank. As Jamo has done in many ot...

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RETAIL / Shinsaibashi Osaka

BEAMS OSAKA 2F

In the Shinsaibashi area of Osaka, the city's high street district, BEAMS has a large 2-story shop that faces the area's main thoroughfare. As a concept for the design of the second floor (the men's floor) Jamo settled on the idea of "arts & crafts movement" with the aim of using handcrafted items to bring toge...

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