The Rroomm Boutique Challenges You to Question Reality

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Dec 9, 2009 • References: dezeen & psfk
So how angry would you be if the shop you were trying clothes on in had several doors, but only one of them worked? And you tried all of the doors in the process. I would be ticked, but that is why I don’t shop at Rroomm Boutique in Japan.

Designed to challenge the ideas of space, and what the existence of doors really means in the wider sense. Rroomm Boutique hired architectural firm Ninkipen! to help them achieve their dream space. Undoubtedly a cool idea, I just wouldn’t have the patience to deal with so many doors to nowhere. Stats for Conceptualized Shopping Spaces Trending: Older & Mild
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