Japanese ice-cream parlour

Japanese ice-cream parlour.

The shop, designed for ice-cream-makers Ronó in Nagoya, Japan , has a stark, colourless interior that is nothing like a traditional Italian gelateria. The shop is arranged around a sharp-edged, clinical white counter with the walls uniformly tiled, with the exception of one seamless mirrored wall.
“I used muted colours to enhance the colour of the ice-cream,” says Miyake, the shop designer. “The space brightens the ice-cream like a jewel.” The mirrored wall creates two illusions, doubling the size of a small space and making a simple black picture frame and its contents appear to float in mid-air.
Looks more like a hospital or morgue to my eyes, what do you think?

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