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It will be important approach to the wedding by spending the time, by unexpected beautiful encounter to who dreamed of longing to wear the wedding dress in this salon. We aimed of such TAKAMI BRIDAL. It’s located at prime overlooking the sea as far as the eye can see.
To appreciate such a location, space plan was created to aim the effect of a sense of expectation by providing a long approach to the main entrance.

Nestled there just in time in the city has been refined of perching or of such appearance, Dress room that can be seen through the glass. The space configuration to feel the formality that is configured to symmetry. Air in the space feels very classical style based on white with minimal approach.

For the Passage further leading to the back room, it gives a calm and sense of security by dividing the world view of the front of the space and the back. Before at the front, it create the depth and breadth and giving a seamless impression by the round column which is a focal point at the corridor that capture natural light. At the window side, is provided a custom-made fence of wrought iron which gives further harmony.

Dress room which is carefully placed to accommodate less SPF, is created as modern space with black stage to emphasize the white as the background of the dress, Also with hint of thin brass line and black in the glass frame of the window Further at back corridor are composed of dress fitting room, men’s room, kimono room, stock room. And each room creates it’s own world.

Despite millennial life style nowadays, We aimed to create this salon to welcome you the other world which is photogenic and mysterious.
Feel the light,
Feel the flows of are,
Feel the sense,
Story begins naturally when you start walking into the corridor and luxury awaits you after.

Designed by Hiroki Hakamada / acca Inc.
Photography by Satoru Umetsu / Nacasa&Partners

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