Diesel Denim Gallery outlets in New York and Tokyo serve as both signature boutiques and exhibition spaces for the work of young creatives.
The space has two levels. The first one shows every six months new installations from local artists and the second floor gallery showscases four different artworks a year, also by local artists.
Diesel Denim in Tokyo mixes fashion with the exhibition of a series of installations, such as architect Ayako Maruta’s illuminated arches.
Combining the artist’s work with the fashion collection turns the space into an art object.
Maruta’s illuminated arches floating in midair stop short of the ground and the light gives a tree-dimensional view of the space.
In Interior Design the light is fundamental to create
good spaces. For instance, at Cinnamon Kitchen designed by B3 Designers silver-plated perforated handmade lamps throw shadows on the walls reflected in the mirrors that line the walls shaping geometric shadows everywhere.