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Inside WonderWall Inc.’s Tokyo Design Studio

Having recently walked the interior of KAWS’s Brooklyn studio (seen here), a project of Wonderwall, Inc., we now get a glimpse at the design agency’s Tokyo headquarters as well as some of its captivating designs found throughout the world. The brainc...

NW20 Exhibition @ BAPE GALLERY KYOTO

After making its debut at Shibuya’s Daikanyama T-SITE Garden Gallery TSUTAYA – an event that saw more than 1,500 visitors in just three days – NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape’s 20th anniversary NW20 Exhibition is set to make its way t...

NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape 20th Anniversary Collaborations with Kanye West, Pharrell, Futura & More

First announced earlier this month in what, at first, appeared to be a cruel April Fools’ Day joke, NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape have now unveiled the full range of collaborative 20th anniversary tees. Created in conjunction with heavy-hitters like...

NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape 20th Anniversary Interview Feature with Kogi “Poggy” Motofumi, SK8THING, Masamichi Katayama & Masaaki Homma

As NOWHERE and A Bathing Ape roll out special features to celebrate their 20th anniversary (which includes the upcoming collaboration with Undefeated and adidas Consortium), honeyee.com has an interesting set of interviews with some of the key figure...

100 Secrets of MACKINTOSH Video Series

MACKINTOSH is a brand of modern heritage built on true craftsmanship. In 1823, Charles Macintosh developed the process of spreading rubber onto cotton to create the world’s first formal waterproof cloth and the original mackintosh coat. In an ongoing...

Mackintosh London Store: A Guided Tour with Masamichi Katayama

Presented here is a short video tour of Mackintosh’s new London store led by none other than Masamichi Katayama, the visionary founder of design firm Wonderwall. A delicate project, Mackintosh’s store obviously couldn’t be as fashio...

EXHIBITION OF WONDERWALL ARCHIVES 01-10 PROJECT MODELS Further Look

Following several different looks, designboom provides the greatest and most comprehensive look to date. The painstaking detail of each of the diorama models shows all the thought and effort which goes into the pre-production shape, which ultimat...

AnOther: Art Talks | Masamichi Katayama of Wonderwall

AnOther magazine catch up with Wonderwall founder and architect Masamichi Katayama in a short, recently published interview. Since its inception, Wonderwall and the work of Katayama has been universally praised for his efforts in retail design. H...

NOWNESS: Wonderwall – Interior Innovation

In the retail world, few architectural firms hold the same esteem as Japan’s Wonderwall and it’s lead, Masamichi Katayama. With Wonderwall beginning in 2000, Katayama has designed over 60 stores for BAPE, as well as designing the inte...

honeyee Feature: Thom Browne for Supreme

Designer Thom Browne has revamped the Oxford Shirt for New York’s Supreme. The shirt is now available in three colorways, shown here as modelled by none other than Hiroshi Fujiwara (Fragment Design), Aaron Bondaroff (OH WOW) and Masamichi K...

Masamichi Katayama for Cibone Collection

Celebrated in Japanese as a pioneer in design, Masamichi Katayama’s knack for minimalistic renderings continue to set the standard for interior design in Japan. Katayama’s design firm, Wonderwall, has crafted some of the country’...

Wonderwall Masamichi Katayama Projects #2

Japanese architectural firm Wonderwall has been at the forefront of design, being responsible for many of the world’s top retail locations and buildouts. Previous clients have included Bape, Uniqlo, Loopwheeler, OriginalFake, APC, BBC | Ice...