Sometimes, novelty comes in unexpected forms, or in this case – designs. G Studio has created a surprising interior in a loft apartment in Tokyo, with a truly unique feel:
Unlike the usual finished look of many modern trend interiors, dominated by polished surfaces and finishes, this very industrial design embraces the opposite of the sleek and smooth.
According to architects Teruya Kido and Suma-Saga-Fudosan, the intention was to reflect the real culture of Tokyo, especially as this particular living space is intended for tourists in search of alternatives to the classical hotel accommodation.
We think G Studio’s approach to this build is a reminiscent of Wabi-Sabi, creating a space that shines beautifully through its imperfect, impermanent and incomplete look.