Beige Architecture, in collaboration with Proces2, covered the AirSpace Tokyo with a layer of artificial vegetation.

The building, located in the Kitamagome Ota-ku district, is a four story multi-family dwelling unit with professional photography studios.

The exterior building skin is conceived as a thin interstitial environment, which articulated densities of the porous and open-celled meshwork are layered in response to the inner workings of the building’s program.

AirSpace is a zone where the artificial blends with nature: sunlight is refracted along its metallic surfaces; rainwater is channeled away from exterior walkways via capillary action; and interior views are shielded behind its variegated and foliage-like cover.

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