||||||||The office building in the backstreets of the Omotesando|Thin metal louvers undulate like soft fabric|The client wanted the building to stand out from the other buildings in the backstreet|The nearby area is renowned for its architecture with buildings by Herzog & de Meuron, Tadao Ando and Jun Aoki|A series of white fluorescent tubes randomly arranged on the ceiling add character to the space|The open-plan interiors feature a pared-back design with white walls, polished concrete floors and pale wooden doors|The existing 25-year-old structure ©Google Maps||
19 Aug 2014

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