A shared appreciation for natural materials and a muted colour palette is eloquently expressed in this Azabu apartment in Tokyo. Conceived by Norm Architects in close collaboration with Keiji Ashizawa Design for furniture brand Karimoku Case Study. The outcome is a peaceful Japanese interior infused with a Scandinavian sensibility. The earthy authenticity of stone and wood serve as a backdrop for a bespoke furniture collection that features our leather. As part of their mutual desire to create a calm atmosphere of timeless, well-crafted designs that contribute to a sense of wellbeing. Enjoy these glimpses from inside. Photos by Karimoku Case Study.

The Azabu Residence co-created by Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design for Japanese furniture brand Karimoku Case Study. Seat cushion for the A-B01 bench crafted with our leather

The Azabu Residence co-created by Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design for Japanese furniture brand Karimoku Case Study. Seat cushion for the A-B01 bench crafted with our leather

The Azabu Residence co-created by Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design for Japanese furniture brand Karimoku Case Study. Seat cushion for the A-B01 bench crafted with our leather

The Azabu Residence co-created by Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design for Japanese furniture brand Karimoku Case Study. Club Chair N-CC01 by Norm crafted with our leather

The Azabu Residence. Dark wood sets the scene for a protective feeling as a welcome retreat from the busy streets of Tokyo outside

The Azabu Residence. Japanese aesthetics merge with Scandinavian minimalism in the tranquil vibe throughout created by Norm Architects and Keiji Ashizawa Design