This apartment, covering an area of 61 meters squared, is used for vacational rental services, and was recently renovated by Hiroyuki Ogawa Architects. It’s located in Shibuya, one of the most cutting-edge downtown areas in Tokyo, Japan, and, indeed, all of Asia.
Its interior, a space of little natural light and decorated in dark hues, seeks to give its visitors a sense of tranquility and relaxation, taking them away, in a certain sense, from the noise and bustles of the city life.
Its scarce furniture, which includes a dining room of natural wood with chairs and benches, accompanies a small kitchen with a concrete countertop. It has a number of accessories and shelves of stainless steel, which gives a modern touch to the small space.
The area has walls and a ceiling done in dark gray, and receives natural light through a window to the side of the space, though it is significantly diluted by the reigning darkness.