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Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
Emma Pereira Prada h & d
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Emma Pereira Prada h & d

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  • 1. PRADA store in Aoyama, Tokyo
    By Herzog & de Meuron
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  • 5. Jacques Herzog describes these glass planes as “an interactive optical device.
    Since the glass is curved, it seems to move as you walk around it. This creates awareness of both the merchandise and the city.
    The grid brings a human scale to the architecture, like display windows.”

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