Looking directly at Mount Yotei through a room-wide floor-to-ceiling window, each sitting area is a symmetrical pairing of a luxurious gas fireplace and a collection of generously proportioned day-beds.
Ceiling heights in all Lofts have been intentionally maximised. False ceilings have been banished and doors have been crafted at the maximum heights possible to create a sensation of space and urbanity rarely found in an apartment in Japan.
The wide-plank industrial wooden floorboards provide a warm complement to the grey-cashmere tones of the rough off-form concrete walls, the smooth washed concrete long-table and charcoal grey of cushions punctuated by Hermes-orange and persimmon piping.
Each Suiboku Loft is a destination meant to be enjoyed by family and friends on cold winter nights and warm summer evenings.
Suiboku refers to the palette of greys in traditional Japanese ink, which can be found throughout the apartments. These loft apartments exude a raw industrial aesthetic warmed by unpretentious materials dressed with Japanese chic accents.