This new cabinet in charcoal, specially created for our Paris store, features a “Brahma” door design, which is popular in Japan. The pictured wind god/thunder god is a Japanese god that helps the good and punishes the bad. The image represents an appeal to become someone who benefits the world. Nouvelle œuvre dessinée pour le magasin parisien avec une couleu…
Enclosed by four independent pillars, this beautiful living room cabinet was designed to evoke the look of a floating box. The door image is by master kimono artist Jotaro Saito, who has here made use of techniques handed down through the ages in the temples of Kyoto. Magnifique buffet de salon entouré de quatre piliers indépendants et conçu pour que la boît…
This living room cabinet utilizes Kinkaku-ji and Ginkaku-ji—two famous Japanese temples built in the medieval period—as design motifs. It features through-pillars and a raised-floor, “three-story” structure. This work exudes a very distinctive and dignified tranquility. Buffet de salon conçu avec le motif des temples Kinkakuji et Ginkakuji, érigés au Japon a…
This work too was created exclusively for the Paris store. Its appearance, like an interwoven building, is grand in style, and has a surprisingly delicate balance. Despite being an item of furniture, it also works as an objet d’art. Œuvre dessinée pour le magasin parisien. Son apparence évoquant des bâtiments entrelacés est très digne, et maintient un équili…
This living room sideboard is modeled after the architecture of Japanese castles. And like some Japanese castles, this piece employs balloon framing, making use of thick pillars instead of typical six-sided boxes. It captures the unique and dignified presence of towering Japanese architecture.
When watching snow falling in the garden from inside a warm room, rather than opening the shoji door, someone might gently slide up the shoji to reveal a sliver of space to appreciate the view. This work was designed by trying to imbue a collection cabinet with this kind of refined Japanese aesthetic sensibility. Lorsque l’on regarde la neige qui tombe dans…
These shelves express the vision of a beautiful autumn sky, with the soft touch of wind on the cheeks and the sight of slender clouds hanging in the sky. Two shelves overlapping at its center represent clouds. Processing chestnut trees using ancient Japanese techniques conjures up the philosophy of wabi-sabi— that all things in this world eventually pass awa…
A multi-purpose sideboard with an aesthetic reminiscent of mid-20th-century Black music. How to use this unique style is up to you and your chops. It’s sure to steal the spotlight and inspire admirers.
A large, square, multipurpose sideboard. The horned corners, brass hardware, and wood grain shaped like arrow fletching create a definitive look. While we have three standard setups, customization would allow these pieces to be used as curio cabinets or wardrobes.
A two-tiered living room sideboard with hand-carved legs shaped like spinning tops. Use one as storage and the other as a display case. Remove the connectors to separate the two cases. Their collective capacity is enough to handle your living and dining room storage needs.
This design suspends a thin but solid wood box in a three-sided frame. Simultaneously a sideboard and chest, this piece is extremely versatile.
“A” is our standard sideboard series. Its unchanging popularity is owed to the far-from-garden-variety amount of detail put into its manufacturing. We opted for a no-hassle push latch to maintain the piece’s stylish silhouette.
We filled this chest with our hopes for a simple, modern design using lots of classic, solid wood. With the notable absence of hardware thanks to the handiwork of Japanese artisans, this piece is sure to age into a beautiful antique.
A piece for enjoying two lines and space between in the comfort of your living room. What to put in that wide-open space? A TV, collection, or nothing. A curious furnishing manufactured as if to provoke such curious discourse.
A case that hovers above the floor with glass on five sides. There may be many towering products but few in perfect cubes. Flaunt your precious collection without reserve.
This large bookcase comes with casters. Manufactured in any size to fit any room.
A stylish living room sideboard. Enjoy the exoticism of the furrows carved into the top and bottom surfaces.
Despite its overall simplicity, this beautiful chest stands on legs curved into lines seen in mosques. Special ordering it in its wider form reveals yet a different kind of façade.
A multi-use bookcase with thick shelves and framing. Shelves are made chunky, and we have emphasized a hardy silhouette, but not to the detriment of utility, which we’ve ensured with removable shelving.
A garment rack that combines numerous functional parts. Though frequently manufactured as a fixture, we’ve received many orders for home use of late.
The pinnacle of AREA’s original sideboards. Its alias is Floating Ruby. We revealed it in 2006 in an attempt to restore a Jacobean style to contemporary Tokyo. A charismatic sideboard with enthusiastic fans from the upper crust.
A neo-classic console table. A popular choice to prop next to the front entrance of your home. Notice the hooks we’ve included for your keys and watches.
A neo-classic high chest. Consider decorating your living room, bedroom, or front entrance
A neo-classic, laterally long chest. The tab hanging down from the center of the piece would have been where you affixed your family crest in days past.
Enjoy the unchanging exterior of this piece, the interior of which is customizable to your heart’s content. Shelves, drawers, trays come in any size. Enjoy adapting it to your singular lifestyle.
A wardrobe built within your room. It’s your luxurious space to use as you see fit in your private rooms. A wardrobe fit for such directorial sensibilities.
A storage shelf to place behind your sofa. Customize your order according to the size and style of your sofa. The motif of round bars reappears here for an architectural look, in this continuation of our BRAHMA series.