This is a complex, quite big, in the heart of Omotesando district. Brand new, I guess they inaugurated this Spring 2013.
In this mall, shops featured are Armani, Nespresso, Coach, and OAK. I guess probably this international group decided to assign to a not japanese firm the building project, which is really
beatiful, My pictures are from the front , crossing the main gallery until the back, where many terraces and cute plants are visible. I am not sure if the OMA designed only the Coach shop or the whole building.
The name of Sugimoto ( 杉本 ) appears as an architectural reference for the project. Also Tange,(丹下) and Obayashi (大林組) (the constructor).
Here there is a rendering of the front.
Here a nice gallery of the building, with details I did noticed during my visit at the place.
Here a nice blog kind of site (neoplus 610) with some other architectural projects covered.
This seems to be the online page of a famous japanese architecture magazine,
Here are data of the building.
A nice article in japanese about the design.
Here the number of the review dedicated to new shops, called Shotenkenchiku.