K2D office by everedge, Tokyo

May 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

The clients are presented with their own products on display in the front hall, backed by an artist’s rendering of the world map in branches, a quiet display. With a base of aggregated wood products paint in hush grey tones, the office is wrapped in a quiet and warm atmosphere. In the color-humble atmosphere brighter colors are deeply considered as they stand out, and clients products show themselves off wonderfully.

Designed by everedge










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One thought on “K2D office by everedge, Tokyo

  1. James says:

    Nice use of materials but I reckon the lack of natural light and uncovered light bulbs placed above and in front work positions would make the set up a strain on the eyes

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