Design City Tokyo features the latest stylish interior design projects in the city. As well as restaurants, bars, shops, offices and homes, it includes a male beauty parlour, a disco for the over 40s and Kengo Kuma s new temple. The projects range from the internationally renowned to hidden backstreet gems. The author s insider knowledge of Tokyo offers the reader a rare and privileged perspective, imparting both design and cultural insights.
Soho s Omotesando by Yuji Hirata.
Hoya Hoya by Yusaku Kaneshiro.
Renma Shibuya by Noriyoshi Muramatsu.
Oto Oto by Ryu Kosaku.
Shinobutei Izumi by Noritsugu Sasamori.
Seiryumon Ueno by en–ma.
J–POP Café Odaiba by Katunori Suzuki.
APC Underground by Laurent Deroo.
Y s Roppongi Hills by Ron Arad.
Louis Vuitton Roppongi Hills by Jun Aoki.
Miss Sixty Meijidori by Studio 63.
Q Flagship Ebisu–nishi by Masamichi Katayama.
United Bamboo by Vito Acconci.
Beacon Communications Office by Klein Dytham Architecture.
Shu Uemura Atelier by CRC.
Trans Building Office and Gallery by Yukiharu Takematsu + EPA.
Ogilvy & Mather Japan by Masamichi Katayama.
Sony Showroom & Qualia Tokyo by CURIOSITY.
Natural Ellipse by Masaki Endo.
Plastic House by Kengo Kuma.
Natural Illuminance by Masaki Endo.
Drawer House by Ooki Sato.
K House by Shinichi Ogawa.
Cell Brick by Yasuhiro Yamashita.
SAK by Toshiaki Ishida.
Baisouin Temple by Kengo Kuma.
Lounge NEO by Haruo Taguchi.
FIORIA aria blu by Tsutomu Kobayashi.
Avalon by Katsunori Suzuki.
Mars the Salon by CURIOSITY.
Tokyo by Area.