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Tokyo's Le Mistral Gift Shop Boasts Geometric Interior Design Accents

 - Nov 1, 2014
References: jparchitects.jp & fubiz.net
Tokyo's Le Mistral gift shop boasts a geometric interior design that is inspired by the study of linear perspective. Throughout history, artists have used linear perspective and gridded calculations when conceiving large scaled art works.

Le Mistral gift shop's geometric interior design is conceived by JP architects, a Japanese design studio that references the study of linear perspective in their latest retail project.

Le Mistral is a retailer that carries unique and European products and boasts a myriad of linear accents within its interior. Its most eye-catching elements are its tiled wall and floor accents that are both sleek and symmetrical. In addition to adorning floors and ceilings, the tiles are carried throughout its interior and are used to cover shelving, counters and other built-in furnishings.