SATOH Hirotaka Architects
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Tsukinosaki office interior construction


2007.10.16

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On June 6 of this year, we performed a self-built interior construction work following the relocation of our new office.
During the period, we had the open desk people come every day and made it with our staff. The construction period lasted about three weeks, but it was a period where we could sympathize with the joy of actually creating things and the sense of achievement.
I am really grateful that a great office has been completed with the help of many people.
Thank you all!
Please take a look at the photos of the production scenery.

newoffice.jpgClimb the hill while watching Mr. Tange's Embassy of Kuwait, get away from the crowded streets, and the surrounding area is dense greenery and temples. It is intuitive that a place full of unique atmosphere and time, called “Tsuki no Misaki”, is suitable for our creative activities.
The interior of about 30 tsubo is wider and thinner than expected! And green landscape. I came up with an ideal plan and loved it immediately.

newoffice.jpgFirst of all, replacement of the baseboard and construction of the tile carpet. Larger than the past office!
Immediately cure the floor as soon as it is completed

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newoffice.jpgFurniture materials requested by sobi Co., Ltd. were delivered. It is completed until cutting.
Perform drilling at the actual position. Awesome amount beyond imagination.
Once completed, assembly begins.

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newoffice.jpgOnce the parts are complete, start painting.
White furniture is white stain wipe + urethane clear.
The black wall is a blackboard for meetings with blackboard paint.
Black furniture is sumi ink + urethane clear.
This painting work was the hardest.

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newoffice.jpgThe tables and benches in the conference room use 105 square columns of architecture.
The completed bench is painted with ink. The table was once painted orange with vermilion ink, but it was too tight and was repainted black.
Ink is easy to apply, inexpensive and beautifully finished, and is a natural material. Recommended as a replacement for stain.

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newoffice.jpgWhen painting is completed, assembly starts.
All feet use all screws. Cut one after another while raising sparks.

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newoffice.jpgGradually, the shape was formed.
Under the supervision of the site supervisor who explains how to assemble hot.

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newoffice.jpgSince the period of furniture production has been extended, it is in the process of being moved, but it is moving.
Loquat big tree outside the window.
Some staff started working in a cluttered situation.

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newoffice.jpgFinally, the furniture around the conference room. It is completed after cleaning.

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newoffice.jpgWe were able to relocate and expand our office, supported by many people, and create a new environment with the help of many people.
Thank you very much for the open desk people who helped.

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