Flooat creates “fluctuating landscape” inside publishing office near Tokyo

Design studio Flooat has used elevated work areas, structural columns and chunky plinths to simulate natural topography inside the offices of book publisher Kadokawa in Japan.

The 9,000-square-metre workspace, dubbed Kadokawa Tokorozawa Campus, is situated just north of Tokyo in the city of Tokorozawa.

Local studio Flooat was tasked with designing its spacious interior and decided against erecting walls or partitions to organise the floor plan.

A lounge area filled with greenery sits at the heart of the office (top and above)

Instead, the team set out to create a “fluctuating landscape” of different seating areas that would suit the different

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