Aesop Shin-Marunouchi interior

The tectonic volumes of Adolf Loos’s Villa Müller in Prague, built in 1930, inspired our in-house designers in their approach to Japanese oak.

Situated between the Outer Gardens of the Imperial Palace and bustling Tokyo Station, Aesop Shin-Marunouchi is a place of tranquil focus. The tectonic volumes of Adolf Loos’s Villa Müller in Prague, built in 1930, inspired our in-house designers in their approach to Japanese oak.

Pristine panels interlock, stack, and rotate to create a dynamic and yet domestic atmosphere; the timber’s grain is celebrated as a graphic, textural element. Nickel-plated steel fixtures and an elongated, levitating light lend spectacle to the intimate scene.

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‘Be not afraid of being called un-fashionable.’

Adolf Loos