The strategic expansion of the Molteni Group continues. Dada inaugurates a new flagship store in Tokyo, in the luxurious Minami Aoyama neighbourhood, and adjacent to the Nezu Museum, designed by Kengo Kuma. The space showcases a wide range of kitchens by Dada.
The store, based on a project by Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen, occupies a single floor measuring approximately 400 square meters and is located adjacent to the Molteni&C flagship store. Together the two spaces form a true centre of excellence and Made in Italy design that marries perfectly with the Japanese atmosphere.
Vincent Van Duysen decided to focus on the transparency of the large windows, protagonists of the space together with green areas represented by large green houses. The kitchens are enhanced by elements created ad hoc using innovative and elegant materials like glass, bronze, and course metal. Shades of sand and warm greys create a chiaroscuro effect that is broken up only by bright greens.
Among the various products present in the flagship store are the VVD, Prime, Hi-Line Frame Door, Trim, and Vela kitchens as well as the Slide kitchen by Armani/Dada.
Another opening will take place on 22 January, this time for Molteni&C in London, further demonstration of the international direction that the group has taken over the past several years.
Dada Flagship Store
6-4-6 Almost Blue-B Minami Aoyama Minato-Ku