Located on the renowned Omotesando Boulevard in Tokyo Japan, CELUX, is an exclusive club for members compelled by art, fashion and music. Following the provocative and unconventional nature of the Clientele, the design by Eric Carlson and Tim Power reconsiders stereotypical notions of “luxury and space”. Through the subversion of materials and the inversion of surfaces, typically ‘non-luxurious materials are creatively transformed by placing acoustical ceilings panels, recessed ceiling lighting, rolled linoleum on walls while wood parquet flooring is applied to walls and ceilings. Two long, narrow, double height spaces contain the lounge and presentation functions comparable to private version of Corso Como in Milan or Colette in Paris. Tyler Brule, columnist for the Financial Times and founder of Wallpaper and Monocle magazines, has said, “Celux Tokyo, is possibly the world’s most exclusive, members-only shops”. In Frame Magazine, Dress Code, Matthew Stewart says,“Celux is quite possibly the world’s pre-eminent luxury retail experience.“