kwas: kantar japan reception area
kwas: kantar japan reception area kwas: kantar japan reception area
sep 02, 2010

kwas: kantar japan reception area

‘K’ reception area of kantar japan’s office in tokyo

architectural firm kwas have sent in images of their latest project ‘K’ a design for a reception area for kantar japan’s office in tokyo. the ‘K’ gradually transforms in composition according to ones movement and shows different angles.each object has dimensions that can be used as a bench or an exhibition platform.  

walking into the reception area

the ‘K’ and how it appears from different angles

the mathematical dimensions

project credits: client: kantar japan architect: kwas/kensuke watanabe architecture studio kensuke watanabe, yuji mukaiyama lighting: sirius lighting office hirohito totsune, toshiya nagano photo credit: masami daito project management: cushman & wakefield construction: kotobuki nomura

  • A whole lot of MIT-ing

    mstndvn says:
  • this trick is older than jesus.

    howard says:
  • Unique, geometrical design with contrast colors! I would love to experience the transformation of the objects.

    mary says:
  • Good perspective in harmony with the company profile plate, too.

    LiLi says:

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