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SHOTENKENCHIKU /April , 2021 | 2021 | SHOTENKENCHIKU

April 2021, SUMMARY

SHOTENKENCHIKU is monthly magazine of Japanese interior design / store design / commercial architecture


 


SPECIAL FEATURE 1
Workplace now

Tokyu Re・design LIVEOFFICE Yoga

(Page 73)



LIVEOFFICE Yoga was designed by Tokyu Re・design, office
design and re-design firm to present a challenging work style and
a new showroom type of office environment.
To promote the corporate work style reformation set up in 2019,
this project was completed in September last year. The result is a
free site workplace to include various work styles such as solo
workplace, online meeting booths, communicative lounge in this
age of working remotely.
Designer : Tokyu Re・design

 

SPECIAL FEATURE 1
Workplace now

Tuning Zone

(Page 93)



This project is an entrance hall of MITSUI & CO. headquarters in
Ootemachi, Tokyo. Under a concept of a place to inspire five
senses, combining elements of green, light, sound, scent, and art
pieces, the interior shows contrasts of something organic. Plants
of black bamboo, schefflera, everfresh are decorated in benchlike
furniture. High-resolution-recordings of sounds of woods,
river, and sea waves make visitors comfortable. A stage-like
raised floor can be suitable for any events on it, together with
benches for fifty people.
Designer : ikg
 
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 1
Workplace now

TANPAN LAB

(Page 101)



Located in Jingumae 2-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, TANPAN LAB
is a place for co-workers and various events such as exhibitions,
seminars, screening, tasting party etc., and it is owned and
operated by Keisuke Okunoya. The project was planned as a town
hall or theater whose leading actors are local people. The lab has
two outdoor terraces are also usable for various purposes with
functional sashes and a counter. In the interior, the walls are
covered with tiles and there is a kitchen counter with beer taps,
long benches, and tables. The main materials are chosen to show
static beauty and warmth of craft work.
Designer : FUJIWALABO
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 1
Workplace now

HOW TO MAKE CO-WORKING SPACES,BRIDGING WORK AND LIFE

(Page 106)


Teleworking was prevailed rapidly by self-quarantine at this time
of pandemic and people came to ponder over better ways to work
at home. Today, the age of COVID-19 could be the most crucial
ever for those who in various types of business and think about
the working style. Some people found new business sites but
home or they feel comfortable when the sites are located near
home. Ideally, it may be convenient for some of us to work and live
in the same building so that they can change their moods. Here
are two cases of fusion of workplace and residence, which give
readers some hints for creating new working places.
Designer : TSUKURUBA REALGATE
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 1
Workplace now

SAP Experience Center Tokyo

(Page 122)



SAP JAPAN set up SAP Experience Center Tokyo, as an
innovation center for both clients and partners with a concept that
embodiment of spirit makes them respect Japanese culture to
accept and to improve something new.
The entrance is a buffer zone for visitors to make fresh starts and
the hallway and walls of wood lattice and plaster make visitors
focus on their energies. At the end of the isle, you will enter a
room for discussion on design thinking. The room is divided by
curtains and all furniture is movable for multi-purpose uses. In the
back, there is another room called “Immersive Experience Room”,
which is shaped like an old big oven composed of curved panels.
Designer : Meiho Facility Works
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 1
Workplace now

CIC Tokyo

(Page 128)


Located in Toranomon Hills Business Tower, CIC Tokyo is the
first base in Asia for Cambridge Innovation Center that is
expanding in eight cities in the world. The center provides startups
workspace, information of community for global expansion and
various services. The workspaces are for both solo workers and
groups and they are connected smoothly. The architect got an
idea of growth and division of cells to design Voronoi-shaped
plan. Cells are same size as the rooms to give inspiration to
people who hang out there. Small spaces gather to make big
spaces. Every single space helps users develop ideas for
innovations.
Designer : Tetsuo Kobori Architects
 
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 2 
GENDER NEUTRAL SHOP DESIGN

BAUM NEWoMan Yokohama

(Page 166)



This store was metaphorically designed as a forest quoting
various motifs about trees, where people can relax and feel
sympathy for products of BAUM. To attract people who pass by
the store front, the store was designed to make shoppers feel like
being invited. Impressive wood columns, representing mystic
trees, make us to be embraced by trees, experiencing the mother
nature. Here, shoppers feel like as if they went for a walk in tiny
woods to encounter products.
Designer : Neri & Hu
 
 
SPECIAL FEATURE 2
GENDER NEUTRAL SHOP DESIGN

VISIONARIUM THREE SHIBUYA

(Page 170)



VISIONARIUM THREE is located on the second story of Layered
Miyashita Park, commercial complex in Shibuya, Tokyo. Produced
by ACRO, the cosmetics store deals two brands; “THREE”
produced by ACRO and “FIVEISM × THREE” for age and gender
free users. A massive counter in the center of the interior
represents a base bridging two brands. In the back of the store, a
glazed gallery offers information of brand values. Gray tiles,
bricks, and plasters showing brand color, cover the interior.
Designer : TERUHIRO YANAGIHARA STUDIO
 
 
 

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