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Toranomon Hills

In the heart of Tokyo, Toranomon Hills creates a neighbourhood where people can come together. Four skyscrapers, the Mori Tower, Business Tower, Residence Tower and Station Tower, will form central Tokyo’s newest hub.

The Boundary produced a series of renders, animations and films for all the towers' launch and re-development.

Location
Asia Pacific
Client
Mori Building Development
Architect
Ingenhoven Architects
Interior Design
Tony Chi and Assoicates
Project Services
CGIs, Animations, Film

The Mori Tower at 52 stories high was the first to be completed of the development, followed by the Business Tower, home to expansive office and work spaces, alongside retail stores. Trying to reach the epitome of urban living, the re-development of the Toranomon Hills areas gathers top business leaders in one tower whilst also providing an intimate and secluded residence in another.

The Residence Tower provides for both an immense and intimate atmosphere, created for just residents whilst being in the vibrant neighbourhood. With exclusive restaurants for residents and their guests, paired with members only fitness club, spa, pool and personalised fitness programmes.

In attempting to merge global style and Japanese life, spacial awareness and connections have been put at the the centre of the project. Greenery has been incorporated throughout the area for a sense of cohesion and to showcase how people and places can be brought together by nature.

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