WARP STUDIO

Office

Tokyo, Japan

2019

A new type of office space by Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. used by company members for various independent projects. Different office style was required for the design of the new business of the well known Japanese company. The space had to differ from the typical office space, where usual atmosphere would be for the people to work at their desk. The point was to create an office where people can truly relax and spend their time in freedom, in the essence of feeling in their own house which was taken into inspiration and applied to all common spaces, such as living or dining environment. To create a place, where people can feel the future, technology in the interior that embraces everyday life has been used as a way of expressing newness. High-resolution screen with high-output images flowing in the center of the office, emits color-lit images throughout the whole space. By blurring the boundaries between the image and the reality, I IN aimed for an expression that symbolized the true future. In contrast to the open space, the meeting room, which is surrounded by a plastered curved wall with soft shading, the space is much more quiet and the design reflects its' calmness. Through the glass, using characteristic color gradation, slight colored light flows into the room. By rebuilding light, shape, materials and the way people spend their time at work, the whole office became a comfortable space, while presenting a new view of the future.

三井不動産の新規事業を軸に人々が集まるコミュニケーションオフィス。デスクワークを主とする通常のオフィス空間とは大きく異なるオフィスのあり方を求められた。人が本当にリラックスをして過ごせるオフィスづくりをするため、住居での空間のあり方をヒントに、リビングやダイニングのようなインキュベーションスペースを設けた。未来を感じる空間づくりとして、日常生活に寄り添うテクノロジーのあり方を新しさの表現の切り口とした。オフィス中央に流れる高解像度、高出力の映像は空間を彩る光を放つ存在となる。映像と実物の境界を曖昧にすることで、本当の意味での未来観を象徴する表現を目指した。陰影が柔らかな左官の曲壁面に囲われた会議室はオープンスペースとは対照的に、静かな空間を目指した。シンボルカラーのグラデーションを用いたガラスを通し、ほのかに色のついた光が室内に流れる。光・造形・素材、そして人々の過ごし方を改めて構築することで、新しい未来観を示しつつも、随所に心地良い居場所を持つオフィス空間となった。

Client
Mitsui Fudosan Co.,Ltd
Project Management
Cosmos More
Constructor
MITSUI Designtec
Lighting design
LIGHT CUBE
Photography
Tomooki Kengaku