Trunk House

Rooms 1   Architecture Original building   Interior Design Tripser Inc.
The Original Yoshitaka Nojiri

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The Original Yoshitaka Nojiri

ARCHITECTURE

Original building

Trunk House resides inside a wooden house that has been standing in central Kagurazaka since the early 20th century. Due to the building’s historical significance, the architects vowed only to make structural changes for reinforcement purposes and left the exterior in its original state. Previously, the house was used as a Ryotei—a traditional Japanese restaurant—and a geisha practice room

INTERIOR DESIGN

Tripser Inc.

The interiors mix timeless Japanese design with contemporary furnishings by international designers, from a classic Sento-style bathroom complete with a Hinoki wood bathtub to a fireplace by Tendo Mokko, a statement floor lamp by Serge Mouille, tea sets by Tom Sachs, and furniture by Stephen Kenn and Miguel Milá.

A rich plethora of materials and textures abound throughout, including mortex, terrazzo, stucco, and black wood. Works by both local and international artists adorn the walls, many referencing the house’s history and its neighborhood.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Tripser Inc.

The interiors mix timeless Japanese design with contemporary furnishings by international designers, from a classic Sento-style bathroom complete with a Hinoki wood bathtub to a fireplace by Tendo Mokko, a statement floor lamp by Serge Mouille, tea sets by Tom Sachs, and furniture by Stephen Kenn and Miguel Milá.

 
 

A rich plethora of materials and textures abound throughout, including mortex, terrazzo, stucco, and black wood. Works by both local and international artists adorn the walls, many referencing the house’s history and its neighborhood.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Tripser Inc.

The interiors mix timeless Japanese design with contemporary furnishings by international designers, from a classic Sento-style bathroom complete with a Hinoki wood bathtub to a fireplace by Tendo Mokko, a statement floor lamp by Serge Mouille, tea sets by Tom Sachs, and furniture by Stephen Kenn and Miguel Milá.

A rich plethora of materials and textures abound throughout, including mortex, terrazzo, stucco, and black wood. Works by both local and international artists adorn the walls, many referencing the house’s history and its neighborhood.

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