Salon Kusuda Restaurant Tokyo

Salon Kusuda Restaurant in Tokyo

Salon Kusuda Restaurant is located in a quiet part of Ebisu. Hiramoto Design Studio created a feeling of exclusivity and a special place for diners, changing the negative “inconvenient” into a more positive idea.

Tokyo House

Tokyo Houses – Japan Homes, Property

Tokyo houses – new home designs. e-architect try to feature the latest and best Japanese Residences. We aim to include the most interesting properties in the Japanese capital. We cover completed Tokyo homes and new building designs.

House for Four Generations

House for Four Generations in Tokyo

Interior renovation project design by tomomi kito architect & associates of an existing two-story timber structure house in Tokyo, built 40 years ago. The clients, a young couple and the wife’s parents already lived there prior to property renewal.

R Torso C Residence

R・torso・C Residence in Tokyo

This house, designed by Atelier TEKUTO, is situated in the center of Tokyo, on a site area of mere 66 sqm. The clients are a married couple both working in the field of chemistry, sharing a passion for architecture and art.

Musashino Art University Museum & Library steps

Musashino Art University Museum & Library, Tokyo

A library project by Sou Fujimoto Architects for one of the distinguished art universities in Japan: a new library building and refurbishment of the existing building into an art gallery, completed in 2010. The warm wooden interior provides enticing places to linger and read.

Ota Art Museum Library in Gunma Prefecture

Ota Art Museum & Library in Gunma Prefecture

About 10,000 people use Ota City Station every day, but few people walk in front of the station, shopping streets are quiet. To try to bring life back in front of Ota Station akihisa hirata architecture office have designed Ota Art Museum & Library.

Archasm Tokyo Anti Library Competition

Archasm Tokyo Anti Library Competition

Japan and its people have been at the forefront of a digital revolution since the past four or five decades. The country has long existed between two realms. On the one hand, we have the traditional “old world” of temples, tea ceremonies and calligraphic cherry blossoms.