PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

By - May 9th, 2011

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

While trained as an architect at the prestigious http://waseda.jp” target=”_blank”>Waseda University of Japan, http://nendo.jp” target=”_blank”>Oki Sato of the firm http://nendo.jp” target=”_blank”>nendo is known to have a penchant for a multitude of disciplines. Based on the desire, “Giving people a small “!” moment. There are so many small “!” moments hidden in our everyday.”, which also doubles as his firm’s mission statement, Sato created the new http://puma.com” target=”_blank”>PUMA House in Tokyo. Located at the trendy Aoyama neighborhood, PUMA House, like its designer, is a multiplicity interior space. It functions not only as showroom for media/press, but an event and gallery space for special occasions. Created in modularity, the sparse locale filled with “staircases”, an effort that not functions as display for products, a testing platform for footwear, and furnishing for visitor to rest upon. Their zig-zag natures also bring on a sense of character to the space. via: http://designboom.com/weblog/cat/8/view/14529/nendo-puma-house-tokyo.html” target=”_blank”>db

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

PUMA House Tokyo | By nendo (Oki Sato)

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