Tokyo #2



Neri & Hu architecture transforms the public areas of the Tokyo office, drawing visitors into an open space overlooking the imperial gardens. The entry experience from reception through to pantry and auditorium is a skillful integration of workplace and hospitality, with specific regional references complementing the typical elements of technology and graphics. Photography by Pedro Pegenaute. 

The floors of the Tokyo office are identified by a gradation of colors. The upholstered booths on every floor are an iconic and popular meeting area, as is the lunch room which with a long banquette upholstered in traditional kimono fabric is in use all day beyond meal hours.

Tokyo #2

Selected Works

AIGA HQArchitecture

House in Rochester, NYInterior design

NYC ApartmentInteriors

ABCGraphics + Branding

Color ResearchGraphics + Branding

HBF, BrochureGraphics + Branding

ManùGraphics + Branding

Strategy@NYUGraphics + Branding

AmsterdamDesign Direction

Aqua, Miami BeachArchitecture

BeijingDesign Direction

BrasiliaDesign Direction

Brownstone NYCInteriors

EdinburghDesign Direction

GenevaDesign Direction

HBF Askew TextilesDesign Direction

HBF TablesProducts

Hong KongDesign Direction

House in AusterlitzArchitecture

House in TuscanyArchitecture

House on Lake ErieArchitecture

Knoll ChicagoInteriors

Knoll, FlorenceArchitecture

LondonDesign Direction

Los AngelesDesign Direction

MadridDesign Direction

MontrealDesign Direction

MumbaiDesign Direction


NY Photo StudioArchitecture

PragueDesign Direction

RomeDesign Direction

San FranciscoDesign Direction

São PauloDesign Direction

SingaporeDesign Direction

StockholmDesign Direction

TokyoDesign Direction

Tokyo #2Design Direction

Townhouse NYCInteriors

Washington D.C.Design Direction