By  on October 31, 2008

PARIS — Yohji Yamamoto opened the doors to its new bright white Paris flagship here Thursday, situated at 4 Rue Cambon.

Architect Sophie Hicks said she wanted the 6,500-square-foot store to appear to “float,” using as its central feature a vast three-dimensional window blind made from rows of hollow, folded Shoji gami paper pyramids (a thin paper typically used for Japanese screens), suspended on wires like lines of flying seagulls.

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