Lucien Pellat has opened a shop in Tokyo designed by Kengo Kuma. Kengo Kuma created a honey-comb wood structure that engulfs the store ingeniously creating a dramatic design effect while also giving a new take on traditional boring retail shelfs.
Traveling for business, or are you a new style remote worker exploring new places? Tokyo has a number of co-working spaces for people on the move, global nomads and startup entrepreneurs. These places range from small cafe-like spaces to fully equipped offices, with showers, meeting rooms and leisure areas. Most of these spaces welcome drop-in visitors.