Located in Osaka, Japan the Bianco Nero by NI&Co. Architects boutique features Italian garment offerings with minimalist design.
The name of this shop translates form Italian into 'black and white,' so as to describe the decidedly monochromatic aesthetic of its decor. All of the boutique's stunning creations are placed on a grid made of white steel. Garments are placed sparingly so as to draw maximum attention to each piece based on placement.
Though the shelving gives the space a look of temporary pop-up shop, it is quite util as it is flexible with a capacity to move display pieces to better accommodate the store's seasonal needs. Bianco Nero by NI&Co. Architects holds an appeal of clean aesthetics.
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