Project nameKITCHEN 010【NEW】

Architecture & Deign: NAOI architecture & design office

Project nameCASE 048【NEW】


Project nameCASE 047/AREA Tokyo Paris【NEW】

Architecture & Deign: Hashimoto Yukio Design Studio Inc.

Project nameCASE 046【NEW】


Project nameCASE 040/EAT PLAY WORKS【NEW】

Architecture & Deign: Jamo assosiate

Project nameCASE 041/銀座 希鳥【NEW】

Architecture & Deign: MASTERD

Project nameCASE 042/Audi City 紀尾井町【NEW】

Architecture & Deign: Tanseisya Inc.

Project nameCASE 043【NEW】

Natural grain pattern on white ash wood furniture and pastel color sofas. Custom ordered shelf makes good atmosphere. It is a pretty interior style for adults.

Project nameCASE 044【NEW】

We renovated I-shaped kitchen dining space to L-shaped peninsula styled counter. For dining space, we placed a large capacity bespoke shelf.

Project nameCASE 045【NEW】

Coordinating kitchen and furniture at the same time, you will find a new interior style. Even if a small space, choose color, design and material thoughtfully, it will become an open-air room. The combination of white ash and grey color is beautiful.

Project nameCASE 001

The construction of the floor, wall, and ceiling. It is a necessary step to attain an aesthetic that would surpass mere arrangements of coordinated furniture. Residence O encapsulates a whole different world born through the collaboration of meticulously calculated design down to the most finite of details with the panoramic view from the high-rise apartment in Chuo Ward. The project was driven in response to the client’s request for an interior space that would exceed even the design of a foreign luxury hotel.

Project nameCASE 002

This apartment building stands near an old castle. Considering the location being in Nawate, the space was designed upon a careful investigation of the local history and culture. Symbols of crossed rope were designed and placed in multiple areas of the custom-made furniture, responding to the client’s wish to value the meaning of “Nawate” which means the crossing of rope; the interlacing of cultures, furthermore alluding to the mingling of people, and the interweaving of people with local regions.
This is one example of AREA team’s unique approach to design, leaving symbols in the space, based on careful research and analysis of each client and location.