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Brief Published: 2 Sep 2010

Sticks for Issey Miyake


Japanese architect and interior designer Emmanuelle Moureax’s temporary installation ‘Sticks’ for fashion designer Issey Miyake's Tokyo flagship employs every inch of her trademark pop-art, high colour trademark.

Inspired by the game Mikado, where players have to pick up sticks from a pile without moving others, this clever piece of retail enhancement proves the power of simplicity whilst confirming the continual blurring of the lines between art, architecture and retail.