ECO Green Design by Klein Dytham architecture
DANONE WATERS OF JAPAN Co., Ltd., headquarters in Tokyo, incorporates own company theme in the interior décor by using their recycled products as the design materials for the space. Established since 1994, “Volvic” and “Evian” are the flagship brands within the corporation. Japan has also prioritized the importance and awareness of its recycling process.
The Klein Dytham architecture (KDa) group, one of Japan’s most exciting young design firms, compiled thousands of empty plastic ECO green recycled PET bottles in the partition screens. That emulates a clear glass wall (flow of water/ water fall) between the cubicles. Thus, allowing light to illuminate through the office blue print, creating a sense of open floor space with a strong statement of functionality.
British Architect Mark Dytham – director of Klein Dytham architecture (KDa) and German Architect Astrid Klein – partner of Klein Dytham architecture (KDa) have gained recognition with a series of award-winning projects. The architectural firm focuses on: design disciplines including architecture, interiors, temporary constructions, furniture, installations and events.
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Office: DANONE WATERS OF JAPAN
Location: 2-20-3-4F Ebisu Nishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Klein Dytham architecture: Astrid Klein, Mark Dytham, Shinpei Tokitsu
General Contractor: Berthier Associates, ISHIZUE Interior Fit Out Company
Designed: December 2004- February 2005
Construction: February 2005- March 2005
Screen- PET Bottles hung with stainless steel wire
Entrance Display – tempered glass with transparent color film, photo bonded glass shelves
Ceiling- acrylic emulsion paint
Wall- light gage steel partition, plaster board thickness 12, acrylic emulsion paint, tempered glass with transparent color film
Floor- carpet tile
Floor area: 400m2
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