The Terminal, by Masato Sekiguchi, Japan The Terminal, by Masato Sekiguchi, Japan
The Terminal, by Masato Sekiguchi, Japan The Terminal, by Masato Sekiguchi, Japan
The Terminal, by Masato Sekiguchi, Japan The Terminal, by Masato Sekiguchi, Japan

Terminal service: Space shows community spirit

11 : 08 : 2011 Membership : Open Space : The Terminal Harajuku

Tokyo – Designer Masato Sekiguchi aims to attract the art and design world in Tokyo with a new 24-hour creative space called The Terminal Harajuku. Access is by membership only, which costs about $3.

The Terminal acts as an anchor for community life and fosters creative interaction. The open space encourages visitors to use wifi, lounge on sofas, and read magazines while drinking a beer. But it can also be used for business purposes. Two private meeting rooms accommodate six people and the ground floor can be rented out as an exhibition space, a live studio and a film set.

This is a great example of how brands are turning to creative spaces for local communities. LS:N Global explores this further in our Retail Futures report.

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