This project is a relocation of bank branch stores that had been rooted in the area for nearly 45 years, and the owner was requested to create a store more familiar with the area as the only private financial institution in the surrounding area. So the new store design blended into the lives of the local residents, aiming for a friendly space where people gather. We used the Kishu cedar representing the area called Wakayama in the planned area for interior design and made it a warm shop where users of the bank feel like Wakayama. In addition, by planning a linear design with a motif of the flow of a large river flowing near the planned site as a “Kinokawa” in a show window facing the aisle, you can also enjoy the space of trees for those who are not bankers It was decided. I believe that the internal space that feels Kishu cedars familiar with the area and the external space that creates connection with the community through the show window forms an identity as a store where the community is rooted and it has become a store more familiar with the area than ever I will.
All floors under the carpet tile are supposed to be on the OA floor (H = 100) in order to improve the flexibility to change the layout of the workspace. · Introducing a wireless dimming system in the lighting fixtures of the workspace so that LED lighting can be controlled from the tablet via the gateway. It is possible to adjust the lighting according to time and season, and it has the variability of the working environment and energy saving.