CORAZYs store by Emmanuelle Moureaux, Tokyo – Japan

Emmanuelle Moureaux presents home interior store in Tokyo as a library of colours

The large glass windows on the store fascia provide a clear view into the space, and the use of bold colours is intended to attract customers inside to view the products. Architect, Emmanuelle Moureaux is renowned for using the concept of colour in her projects and the interior of home store, Corazys’s, focuses on shades of four specific colours- orange, pink, green and blue.

The large glass windows on the store fascia provide a clear view into the space, and the use of bold colours is intended to attract customers inside to view the products. 

Inside, floor-to-ceiling shelving units display items, which are all organized by colour. The store is finished in white and provides a neutral backdrop for the items, letting the different shades stand out against the rest of the interior.

The main concept of the space is ‘library’, where each item holds a special story and customers are encouraged to browse and investigate the items, recreating the experience of a library and the feeling of exploration.

‘Every library is filled with stories. Corazys wishes to provide excitement in the day-to-day life, a sense of fulfillment, a sense of security, and to expand the sense of well-being… its aim is to create a store where one wants to meet with a favorite item, like encountering with a precious book in the library.’ – Emmanuelle Moureaux

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