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Design| Take A Look Into @NoahNYClothing New “ClubHouse” in Tokyo


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• NYC based Men’s wear brand NOAH has officially branched out and has decided to open yet another mothership location on the far east side in Tokyo. Placed in Japan’s Fashion district of Harajuku, the 2,500 square-foot spaced recieved it’s makeover from the wife (Estelle) of NOAH’s founder Brendon Babenzien.

Dubbed “NOAH’s Clubhouse”, this space plays as the traditional retail space but also will serve as a socail gathering space for local events and just a comfort space for common comradery.

The intentions behind this design was to make the Clubhouse feel more like a home than a store, with each room provided wth custom furniture and fixtures. Areas of this new venue consist of a gallery, library, study area, open plan living and kitchen space, men’s salon and dressing room, and outdoor balcony. Additional features of the new venue include art as well. Noah’s Clubhouse Opening Art Exhibit will highlight work from close friends of the brand, Oliver Jeffers, Curtis Kulig, Henry Leutwyler and more. These art ehibits are expected to change every six months.

Noah Clubhouse
4-26-29 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Japan

…. View All Images Of NOAH’s Clubhouse ABove, ENJOY ….

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