Returning to recently opened Ginza Six mall, we take a look inside the brand new Aesop store located in the basement of this sprawling retail hub. Designed by Torafu Architects, the talented crew behind the BEAMS Japan store in Shinjuku and Roppongi’s Snoopy Museum among many others, this contemporary outlet is kitted out in typical minimalist style in line with Aesop’s famed retail aesthetic. Soft, curved contours and set back lighting create a subdued, organic feel while earth tone matching walls, ceilings and flooring bring a uniform finish. Recessed metal shelving and Aesop’s signature brass sinks set of this simple interior, another impressive location for this much-loved Australian brand.
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Republished for 2017
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