Development results

Development case study



Due to their convenient location, rental condominiums jostle for space in the Nihonbashi area of Tokyo. In a market that qualifies as saturated, the problem is how to differentiate our properties from others. Our unique condominiums and their outer appearances are reminiscent of nothing so much as a mosaic, winning over discerning singles and DINKS who commute to the business areas of Marunouchi and Otemachi. They can also be used as SOHOs, and our strengths in design are creating new market needs.

The living and dining rooms are separated from the upper floor by a split level, allowing for easy communication. Entryway doors are provided on each floor, allowing for a variety of uses. This lends itself to creative work styles when utilizing the spaces for two different SOHO uses. The living and dining room ceiling is raised by an additional half of the room height, creating the sensation of a comfortable, atrium-like space.


This space gives the impression of different dimensions from the surrounding area. After passing through an air shower, exterior confusion gives way to the residence’s unique interior space, changing tension into calmness.


Pillars and beams are not visible in the living space, leaving rooms that show only floors, walls, and ceilings. The rooms are surrounded by thick walls and heavy floor slabs. While ensuring exceptional strength, we are able to realize distinctive exteriors and interiors.