Park City Osaki
The site of the redevelopment covers 3.6ha, including the road that transects the site north-south and east-west
Trees are planted in double rows along the street for over 250 meters
The ground level shop fronts are intimate in scale with a warm brick finish
The Atrium in the Osaki Bright Tower has shops and Restaurant open to the community
Luxuriant planting in the open spaces placed around the development
In the present, Osaki is gaining new impetus as a rapidly developing sub-center of Tokyo due to its excellent transportation connections.
Park City Osaki is located in Higashi Gotanda and Kita Shinagawa, an area where many recent redevelopment projects have been concentrated with each project adding to the development of a continuity in the urban context over many years.
The main theme was the proximity and co-existence of work and residential spaces. The town originally developed as a mix of factories and workers housing and is now changing into a town of state-of-art high-rise offices and up-market residences. The project is a large-scale multi-use development that encompasses more than 250,000 square meters in floor area, treating offices and residences equally in comfortable co-existence. The project is unprecedented in scale even for Tokyo, with 5 city blocks and seven buildings facing each other across the intersecting roads, developed in concert to create a vibrant new community.
Osaki is a town well-endowed with history and a progressive attitude and bolstered by the natural beauty of the Meguro River. The project reaffirms this identity of the community with the aim to create a high quality, comfortable and attractive town.
40F (Park City Osaki The Tower)
Planting Plan/Sora Botanical Garden
Lighting Design/Uchihara Creative Lighting Design
Art Director/Toshio Shimizu Art Office
Sign Design/Rian Ihara Design Office