Tokyo apartment packed with colour and texture
March 19, 2021 - Tokyo
In Tokyo’s busy Nagatcho district, designer and artist Adam Nathaniel Furman completed the interior fit-out and design of a 1,700-square-foot apartment full of harmonic contrasts that emphasize the visual and sensual experience.
The apartment is laid out so that color and contrast are everywhere: a narrow corridor leads to the individual bedrooms, while the communal spaces of the kitchen, dining, and living rooms are open to each other but distinguished by different color and material palettes.
The apartment has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, each treated with a distinct color story that picks up on tones and hues found elsewhere in the house, creating a sense of continuity and unity.
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