Unami in Oakland, California

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When opening a brick and mortar shop I would use these images for my inspiration board …

They are from pop-up shop Umami Mart. Normally a Japanese food blog and webshop importing speciality and luxurious Japanese kitchen  ware. They were part of Popuphood, an initiative in Oakland (outside San Francisco), giving stores six months free rent in dead areas of town to invoke new life and growth and hopefully allow the new shop owners to sign a long term store lease after the test period.

The shop was designed by Arhoj.

 

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.. Umami Mart

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Bloesem loves comments
  1. emily

    gorgeous space! all that light! and, i love the gallery wall…those natural colored simple frames are so lovely.

  2. CEI

    Very creative work you have done looking so amazing decoration !!


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