Karimoku Case Research 08 celebrates tranquillity in central Tokyo

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Karimoku Case Research is an arm of the Japanese furnishings producer Karimoku that’s behind an ongoing sequence of bespoke architectural and inside design experiments, in collaboration with Japanese architect Keiji Ashizawa and Danish design studio Norm Architects. The initiatives have centered on public areas and residences, all of the whereas constructing on a portfolio of furnishings designs and reinforcing a particular collaborative identification.

Karimoku Case Research 08: Hiroo Residence, Tokyo

In Karimoku Case Research 08 – the Hiroo Residence mission – the model took on an area on the Opus Arisugawa Terrace & Residence in central Tokyo as its canvas, and labored with Ashizawa to curate a modest and tranquil house.

Set in a parkside advanced in Tokyo’s Hiroo district, the mission creates a steadiness between gentle and wellbeing. The areas are largely full of furnishings conceived of throughout earlier Karimoku Case Research initiatives, now a 12-strong assortment. The items embrace low sofas, armchairs and benches. 

(Picture credit score: Courtesy Karimoku)

For the Hiroo Residence, Ashizawa designed the ‘A-LB01’ sideboard and ‘N-DC04’ eating chair, which be a part of the present assortment. Each are broad and durable however unimposing, in a light-weight timber end that provides to the house’s ethereal really feel. The 200 sq m  residence sits overlooking a leafy park; the proximity to nature impressed an natural really feel to the design and format of the house, a haven amid the bustle of central Tokyo. 

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