该项目位于东京市中心公园旁的Opus Arisugawa豪华公寓中，是CURIOSITY事务所新建的高档住所，属于ReBITA公司负责的“R100 TOKYO”改造项目之一，他们提供经过专属室内设计的非凡住所，面积超过100平米，未来百年都将保值。该项目起源于建筑师和艺术家的多样合作，建筑师在与不同艺术家和工匠的对话中，将建筑形象与居住空间结合起来，最终创造出超乎想象的生活方式。它不仅是空间改造，更是对日常生活节奏的探索，是连接过去丰富经历与未来生活方式的桥梁。
The new and exclusive residence with CURIOSITY’s aesthetics, has been designed in Opus Arisugawa, a unique luxurious mansion, situated beside lush green park in the center of Tokyo.The residence is a part of the renovation project, “R100 TOKYO”, led by ReBITA, offering exceptional residences with custom-made interiors with over 100 square meter space and unchangeable value for 100 years.The Opus Arisugawa has originally rooted in the richness of collaboration between architects and artists. And how a designer can connect the building’s image to the living space in dialogue between the creations of various artists and artisans.The answer is to create a lifestyle beyond the resident can imagine.More than a spatial intervention, this is exploring the fundamentals that rhythm our daily life. It is a bridge between the richness, experiences of the past and the expectation of future lifestyle.
▼项目概览，overview © SATOSHI SHIGETA
Japan’s landscape, architecture and interior is created by so called: “selected views”, a series of life compositions carefully framed and composed. The Opus space is developed as a choreography, where you are guided through a series of such sceneries. This is not a blank canvas of traditional lifestyle, but a thoughtful sequence of different scenes, stages and situations that cannot happen in normal conditions.The entrance is magnified by the composition of a unique calligraphy by Shuko Tsuchiya, a representation of a bonsai on Japanese paper, reflecting in the mirror and creating a dynamic effect. The small andon, a paper framed lamp, symbolizes the welcoming. The dark stone floor with rough texture is a reminiscence of a Japanese house.The suspended volume reveals part of the interior and the narrow entrance in the right.
▼入口空间，entrance space © SATOSHI SHIGETA
The narrow entrance opens-up to a large open space with a sense of infinity as the interior reflects on a mirror under the window, emphasized by the lighting and ceiling design.The main room is organized around two islands: a square dining table and a sofa.A square island with “tatami-like sofa” welcomes the visitor inside, like a room within the room.From that point, a large array of views appears around, and the unusual setting gives rise to new feelings, like sitting in the middle of a park and the landscape is opening-up around you:The paintings carefully placed against the wall, the open kitchen, the window to the exteriors.The sofa can also open-up and be arranged in different settings depending on the occasion. Like a wordless conversation, the composition of materials, objects, drawings, paintings and rare objects create a continuous sense of discovery.The kitchen design as a performance stage is widely opened to the living space. When the kitchen is not used, the space crafted in various dark shades of stones, wood will disappear in the shadow.
▼主空间分为客厅与厨房，空间无限延伸，main space is divided into living space and kitchen，which is infinite © SATOSHI SHIGETA
▼沙发周围的布置丰富多样，a large array of views appears around the sofa © SATOSHI SHIGETA
▼不同材料和物件的组合 © SATOSHI SHIGETA
combination of different materials and objects
▼厨房，kitchen © SATOSHI SHIGETA
Like the passages in a ryokan（Japanese hotel）, the 10 meter long corridor that connects the living room and the private quarters, is transformed into an installation like gallery with one side mirror that reflected the space, creating an amazing effect and emphasis by the carefully placed flower arrangement in the bedroom side.
▼10米长的走廊，10 meter long corridor © SATOSHI SHIGETA
▼走廊尽头的插花 © SATOSHI SHIGETA
flower arrangements at the end of the corridor
The master bedroom concept has been created as an independent space, where a unique mood fuses beauty and functionality with different scenes: the daybed in front of the window and the open bath. All of them are visually connected in a continuous sense of interaction between the residents.A place to share private moments of relaxation and exquisite simplicity. It is an ideal place for breakfast or reading.Functional elements become a strong feature like art: a brushed painting on sliding paper doors leading to the dressing room.Behind the sliding doors a large dressing and personal study room opens-up, with an original private desk and console.The space focuses on the singularity of textures and materials. The wall of the bedroom is covered with a special fabric with combination of velvet and washi. The apparent extreme simplicity of the color palette reveals a wide range of textures and finishes, described as textured minimalism.
▼卧室，极简空间，突出纹理，bedroom，minimalist space, highlighting texture © SATOSHI SHIGETA
▼滑动纸门，充满艺术气息，sliding paper doors，full of art © SATOSHI SHIGETA
▼门后是大型更衣室和私人书房 © SATOSHI SHIGETA
behind the sliding doors a large dressing and personal study room
▼吃早餐和阅读的理想之所，ideal place for breakfast or reading © SATOSHI SHIGETA
The play of light and shadow with the louvered doors of the open bath. The louvered ceiling and sliding doors create a calm connection to the space.
▼浴室，bathroom © SATOSHI SHIGETA
Throughout the space, unique furniture has been created with the intention to encounter a scenery that is virgin to our memory and does not connect to past experiences, opening the mind to new expectations. To make every moment of the daily life a unique experience, original objects used daily such as wine coolers, glasses and tea utensils, were created for the house in collaboration with traditional craftsmen and artists.
▼细节，details © SATOSHI SHIGETA
▼平面，plan © CURIOSITY
Artists/suppliers who collaborated with us:
Ink art (entrance): Shuko Tsuchiya
Paintings (living room): Tsutomu Hoshitani
Vases: Shingo Ohira
Ceramic art (dining table): TOGAKUDO
Japanese paper (sliding door): Wajue
Fabric (bedroom wall): Reiko Sudo/NUNO
OPUS ARISUGAWA CONCEPT ROOM OFFICIAL WEBSITE：https://www.rehouse.co.jp/pj/opus-arisugawa/conceptroom-405.html
ReBITA OFFICIAL WEBSITE：https://www.rebita.co.jp/
PHOTO CREDIT: SATOSHI SHIGETA