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Tokyo Mid Town Galleria

We were in charge of designing the benches and stools placed in this large 4-story atrium of 150m length and 24m height. As the Galleria itself has a concept of “Japaneseness”, we made sculptural furniture out of butcher blocks, using Japanese items and aesthetics as the motifs. The large area was divided into three zones (in order from Gaien Higashi Street side) with themes of “wind”, “earth”, and “water”. Each area was designed with different motifs: “folding fans, arrow feathers and arrow pinwheels)” for the wind zone; “Torii (Shinto shrine archways) and garden lanterns” for the earth zone; “ripples, waves, ships and Chozubachi (stoups in shrines and temples)” for the water zone.