TBWA/Hakuhodo Office by Klein Dytham Architecture


To create the new agency for TBWA/Hakuhodo, Klein Dytham Architecture transformed an old bowling alley in a large 8 story amusement complex in downtown Tokyo.

A central park runs through the middle of the space and a series of shelters for meeting rooms, project rooms and director’s offices generate a small townscape in the space, where the raised areas on top of the shelters make for pleasant breakout spaces.

The office is entered on the 6th floor of the building. This floor acts as reception, gallery and meeting space for external visitors. A wide stair descend onto the main floor arriving in the central park cafe area. Stepped seating and a large plasma screen allow this space to be a very flexible presentation space, including receptions, fashion shows, product launches, etc.






Via Arch Daily

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8 thoughts on “TBWA/Hakuhodo Office by Klein Dytham Architecture

  1. Wonderful design, tastefully & very characteristic. But in maintenance wise a bit tough especially in the green carpet.

  2. Hi there, im in urgent need of office design photos as those, just need good resolution to present to a client on Tuesday — anyones knows where I can find them (im willing to pay for the full size.



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