Tokyo Fashion Design HQ by MVRDV

Architecture, Mixed-Use, Offices

Tokyo Fashion Design HQ by MVRDV

Tokyo Fashion Design HQ in Tokyo, Japan designed by MVRDV. An ultra hip Japanese fashion company indicated that it would be highly attractive having a headquarter on the Sendagaya site which is taller than the neighbouring towers so it can be seen from most of the city and the Olympic Stadium.

Dutch architecture studio MVRDV designed designed Tokyo Fashion Design HQ.

Dutch architecture studio MVRDV designed Tokyo Fashion Design HQ in Tokyo, Japan.

A building that is 64 meters tall with no more than 2100m2 of floor space. A combination of height and airiness. The program is logically stacked, starting with the parking in the basement, entrance and cafe on the ground floor, on top a canteen, followed by showrooms, studios and offices, ending with a residence on top.

Tokyo Fashion Design HQ by MVRDV

Two cores are linked on the top and the bottom, defining a frame in which the five programmatic volumes are positioned. By shifting them each volume has an outdoor terrace. A stair in the overlap of the volumes internally links the higher volumes.

Tokyo Fashion Design HQ by MVRDV

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