The work was published

“LIBRARIES | Chains of Books, Bookshelves and the Sun” was published in “BRAIN. February, 2023”. (Japan)

The work was published

“Yawara” was published in “Shotenkenchiku. January, 2023”. (Japan)

The work was published

“LIBRARIES | Chains of Books, Bookshelves and the Sun” was published in “Shotenkenchiku. January, 2023”. (Japan)

Exhibition 「LIBRARIES | Chains of Books, Bookshelves and the Sun」

LIBRARIES is a temporary library. The exhibition was organized to find clues to the evolution of the building. “Goshikibashi Building” was built about 35 years ago as a warehouse and R&D facility between a canal and a coastal street. The horizontal continuous windows, offers a scenery of the Tokyo Bay. Inspired by an environment with abundant natural light who keeps shining in before sunset, we focus on the relationship between books, bookshelves and the sun. We have scattered ten unique bookshelves that interact with it. “LIBRARIES” directed and designed by architect Ryo Matsui, is a declaration that we aim to create buildings that continues to change while taking root in this city, with a mixture of all uses.

Date – Mon 3 October 2022 – Fri 31 March 2023
Place – Goshikibashi Building 8F, 3-5-13 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)
Time – 10:00 – closing at sunset
Closed – Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and year-end and New Year holidays
Admission – Free(*Advance booking is required for this exhibition.)

Organization : Re-SOHKO
Curation : Ryo Matsui
Exhibition Planning : RYO MATSUI ARCHITECS
Book selection : Yoshitaka Haba (BACH)
Art Direction : Shogo Kishino (6D)
Photography / Film / WEB : discovery go
Special support : TOKYO SOUKO UNYU

Auberge Tebiro 1732 COMPLETION

An auberge has opened on Tehiro Beach, which extends to the northern part of Amami Oshima.

Auberge Tebiro 1732
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Adrres : 1732-2 Akaogi, Tatsugo-cho, Oshima-gun, Kagoshima 894-0411

Exhibition 「Better Design for Our Homes and Lives」

“House in Minamisanriku” has been selected for the “better design of our homes and lives” exhibition. 28 homes that have been highly evaluated for their proposal and innovation, were selected from the works that have won the Good Design Award in the past.

Date: April 7th Thu -June 12th Sun, 2022
Venue: Tokyo Midtown Design Hub


Omron Corporation’s Automation Center Kusatsu has been completed. We renovated the building on the factory premises. As a place of co-creation that explores both production and creation, it is expected to contribute to all production sites. Vision with a consistent concept from Automation Center Tokyo (completed in 2020) is expanding to bases around the world.


We have completed a health support facility with a jujutsu dojo and a fitness gym in Harajyuku, Tokyo.