Prada’s Japanese flagship store, designed by Basel-based architect Herzog & de Meuron, opens on 7 June. Situated in Tokyo’s Epicentre building in the Aayomo district, the store is inspired by the shapes of a crystal, says architect Jacques Herzog. It comprises a diamond-shaped grid filled with hundreds of glass panels, enabling passers-by to view the products on display and offering shoppers views across the city, he adds.
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