Nestled in a quiet neighborhood of Tokyo, the Industrial Designer House designed by Koji Tsutsui Architects stands out as a true testament to the client's passion for industrial design.
It's not just a place to call home, but also a museum of sorts for the client's prized possessions. As an industrial designer, the client's work and life are inseparable. So, the house had to be more than just a functional living space - it had to be an extension of his creative mind. The result is a house that embodies the client's love for design in every corner, with an indoor garage for his beloved car and a living room where his impressive collection of industrial products takes center stage.
But this house is more than just a showcase of design - it's a space that connects with the client on a personal level. The soft and indirect connection between the different spaces allows the client to seamlessly move from designing to living. The living room serves as the heart of the house, offering stunning views of the outside world and bringing natural light into the space. And while the house is composed of purely architectural elements like walls, ceilings, and floors, it's also a canvas for the client's creativity.
Beyond the steel-frame structure and the abstract design, what truly makes this house special is the human touch. The client's passion and personality are infused into every detail, from the carefully curated collection of industrial products to the flow of space that encourages creativity and inspiration. This house is not just a structure - it's a reflection of the client's soul. And that's what truly sets it apart.