Tokyo, Japan

The heart of Japanese architecture resides inside the house, from where the project starts off to develop toward the outside, in deep respect of nature. Raw cement and spatulate mix with light wood, where Viva doors create perfect settings where one can clearly see the intellectual and spiritual effort for the simplification of the project and the importance of essentiality and formal pureness. Como hinged doors, without jambs and frames, Como sliding doors, where harmonic reflections of the glass overleap with aluminum profiles creating light tricks, Como pivot and VTheca, where the system guarantees the perfect blending between wall and panel – All of them integrate coherently with the space, minimalistic and simple, punctuated by surfaces, materials and natural colours.