Japanese garden design informs Tokyo real estate office by Flooat

Lush plants and gravel beds feature in the Tokyo offices of real estate company Mitsui & Co, which local interior studio Flooat has designed to be “as stress-free as possible”.

The workspace is located on the third floor of a 1980s office block in Chiyoda, a special district of Tokyo that is also home to the Imperial Palace.

Flooat set out to bring new value to the outdated building, creating a working environment that could be “cherished and used for a long time”.

Mitsui & Co’s office is set in a 1980s office block

“In this project, we aimed to create a space that is considerate to both people and

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