Toranomon Hills – Tokyo (Japan)



The minimal taste of Porro design is mixed with the lamps designed by renowned Italian designers in the mock-up apartments in the new residential skyscrapers complex of Toranomon Hills district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan.

In the 44th floor apartment, the pure geometrical elements of Beam Glass table with glass top and glossy aluminium base, designed by Piero Lissoni, thanks to clear surfaces and great thickness, integrate the bright dining room with their great visual impact.
The matt white lacquered System modular bookcase, signed by Piero Lissoni, with transparent sliding door and Iron profile, for his strong and balanced presence, is combined with the elegance and candor of the living room. Behind the sofa the Groove bench by Piero Lissoni in black stained hemlock, a precious North American wood featuring a unique grain and an extraordinary tactile feeling. consists of an horizontal table, raised on two supporting bending bases, fitted by a fixed joint.
In the bedroom, Modern, Porro’s system of containers and suspended shelves by Piero Lissoni, is presented in a version composed by a base in matt ivory and mongoi suspended top. Leaning against the wall, the Reflection mirror designed by Piero Lissoni with a bronze satined, painted metal frame.
In the apartment’s studio a Fractal console, with hanging drawers and white back-painted glass top, is characterized by its essential structure with L-shaped reduced section legs white lacquered aluminium. For the working use, Fractal is completed by office equipment such as column for cable passage inside the section of the leg. On the opposite wall, the space is furnished with a System bookcase in eucalyptus closed by hinged doors with Iron frame.

In the 46th floor apartment, the living room contains a System bookcase composed by open modules that work as a showcase for glasses and decorative items and closed elements used as containers.
Spindle stools furnish the kitchen. They are made of extra-small section chromium plated wire that lends a great lightness effect.
At the center of the dining room the presence of Metallico table by Piero Lissoni, materially consistent and light at the same time, creates an elegant atmosphere thanks to the particular velvet-like surface finish. Behind it, Ex-libris, a precious bookcase unit at the touch and sight as well, designed by Piero Lissoni to range and display rich collections. The composition is closed with the “Iron” doors in transparent glass with a metal profile.
The bedroom presents Shin bed by Piero Lissoni characterized by a minimalist aesthetic but cared for up to the minimum details consisting in a solid structure and a soft and welcoming headboard. The bed frame in black stained ash is matched with the steel tubular headboard and the chrome-plated glazed footboard. Next to the bed, a Truck bedside table by Piero Lissoni in grey matt sand color, matches two parallelepipeds in different height, with two split-level drawers, the lower sliding under the bed, recovering precious space and an Offshore matt white lacquered night table with drawer also signed by Piero Lissoni. At the bed bottom, the Modern modular system in gloss white lacquer, with drop-leaf doors, combines the function of container and top.

Project information
Use: Condominium
Location: Toranomon, Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Interior project: E-Interiors. Client: Private.
Realization: E-Interiors.
Porro products: Beam Glass table, System modular bookcase, Groove bench, Modern modular composition, Reflection mirror, Fractal table, Spindle stools, Metallico table, Ex-libris bookcase, Shin bed, Truck bedside, Offshore night table, Modern system of containers and suspended tops.