Hipanda Omotesando Flagship Shop

Hipanda Omotesando Flagship Shop

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Satoshi Shigeta

Hipanda Omotesando Flagship Shop

Curiosity as Interior Architects

The flagship store of HIPANDA, the phenomenal street brand, opened in Omotesando, Tokyo, as its first store in Japan. It is a journey inside a futuristic space, where the world of digital and analogue fuse into immersive and inclusive total experience.

HIPANDA brand is breaded from the world of art, where emotions and inspiration are infinite, the new retail experience brings together the world of art(emotion), fashion (passion), technology(curiosity) and architecture(beauty).


AR (augmented reality) and AE (augmented experience) technology and design combined with iconic and striking interior architecture.

The “ghost house” is created as a series of sequences where the visitor is looking for the host of the house who invisible or suggested will be revealed and discovered through different experience and interaction. Some digital, some analogue.

The story starts even outside the store as the facade logo is jumping outside with visual effects displayed through animations.


The world of digital offers limitless possibilities of information, but the real world embraces the senses of human being that create unique experience which can be appreciated by each individual on its way.

The challenge of Curiosity was to bring street fashion into new territories, breaking the boundaries beyond culture, age and gender into an experiential space, accessible and inspirational for all, which redefines our expectation of retail experience.


Material Used:

1.  Floor- tile carpet, black coco mat, Non-slip glass,

2.  Wall-Acrylic emulsion paint, High transparency reinforced mirror gradation sheet

3.  Ceiling-Industrial ceiling with black matte paint, ALPOLIC mirror,

4.  Furniture- Black fur

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