The Churis Akasaka luxury condominium building was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa in 1983, and this 312m2 apartment was originally two units for his own residence. RTA performed a complete remodel, conjoining the flats into a contemporary home, redesigning all spaces including the kitchen and bathrooms to international standards.

Project Type: Residential

Completion: June 2017

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Located on the 11th floor of Churis Akasaka, the apartment unit features spacious western style kitchen with a generous island, 2 full luxury bathrooms and ample storage space, natural light that bathes the interior from three sides ensuring comfort throughout the day.

Window perimeters were refinished with timber panels to embrace striking views of central Tokyo, and to provide playful benches where one can sit and contemplate panoramas of Akasaka. Concealed pelmet lights above add softness to this very urban interior as befitting a home.

The elegant kitchen offers exceptional spaciousness with an elongated island unit that can easily be utilized for family meals and gourmet cooking. Fully equipped with dishwasher, freezer, oven range, and wine fridge, the kitchen includes an intimate family lounge nook.

Timber flooring was installed throughout and underlaid with soundproofing. The soft and light oak tones, also used extensively in wall and ceiling paneling welcome residents and guests to enjoy this grand and historic downtown Tokyo.

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Tokyo

Churis Akasaka