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TAKIVIVA, with accommodation, offers a meeting space with open fire. Nowadays, population decline has become a social problem in Japan, and it is required to produce great results with the power of a small number of people. Therefore, there is a need for architecture and interior spaces that maximize the power of such people.This facility capitalizes on the potential of open fire to connect people and promote business innovation.Taking advantage of its potential, the space aims to trigger honest communication which is hoped to lead to innovation at an organizational level.
Masayuki Oshima, Kazuya Yogo, Ayano Kihou