Yoyogi Village, Code Kurkku :: Wonderwall

I first introduced Wonderwall a few months back in my Beautiful People post, but couldn't resist sharing another one of their projects with you!  What I love most about this dynamic design firm is their commitment to originality and dedication to the consistency of their designs from start to finish.  Proof is in the pudding, you might say, as they've racked up an impressive number of flagship retail designs-- just check out their website(which, I might add is another fun treat).  The importance of a flagship store is to set the tone for how all other stores  will be designed in the future--no pressure, right?  But, for Wonderwall, these seems like second nature.

The same commitment to excellence is captured in their design for Code Kurkku in Yoyogi Village, Tokyo.  Wonderwall led the design direction of this urban retreat with collaborations from a music producer, "plant hunter", and restauranteur to create a truly unforgettable dining experience.  The restaurant circumnavigates the music bar and lounge creating areas of intimacy and retreat while embracing the natural energy of the urban surround.



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