Designed by Arbol, this Japanese row house appears as a closed, flat form. But once inside, the interior is open and layered, filled with sunlight and fresh air.
Kerry Hill’s architectural legacy lives on in the secret garden sanctuary that is Aman Kyoto, the latest destination to join Aman’s portfolio of high-end resort hotels across the globe.
Despite a façade that mimics the traditional form of a house, this Tokyo house by akihisa hirata architecture office plays with new approaches to medium density living.
In collaboration with Keiji Ashizawa Design and Norm Architects, Karimoku have created a tailormade furniture collection, marking the launch of Karimoku Case Study.
Taking style cues from Japanese lifestyle brand Muji and Scandinavian design, this home by Dots N Tots Interior combines the best of clean, minimalistic lines with warm wood textures.
Dating back to 1940, Karimoku New Standard has established itself as a design-focused brand producing highly resolved and liveable products.
Incorporating ‘moveable interfaces’ and display systems into its design for HAY Tokyo, Schemata Architects has allowed the temporary store interior to move and grow as its needs change.
Mardi Doherty, director of the Melbourne-based multi-disciplinary design practice Doherty Design Studio, is at the forefront of contemporary kitchen design and knows exactly what it takes to make a statement kitchen.
Nikkou – meaning sunshine in Japanese – is exactly what Australian retailer Nikkou Store delivers throughout its curvy, pink-washed concrete space.
Ever since Stylecraft launched StylecraftHOME, the label has been a constant source of inspiration for contemporary homes and designer spaces. These three new launches continue that journey…
Good Japanese design is more than just an aesthetic – it’s a philosophy, and one beloved the world over. But what if you can’t afford a plane ticket to Tokyo? Here’s where to get your fix locally.