Last year advertising giant Dentsu announced that they would be moving into a new building, bringing their various subsidiaries with them. The idea behind the consolidation was to have the different offices close together and accessible, thereby fostering a sense of continuity and establishing more inter-office collaboration.
The move took place in late 2014 and Dentsu, along with their 4 subsidiaries and 700 employees now occupy 6 floors in the Yagura Bldg in East Ginza near the old Tsukiji Fish Market. And we’re now getting some initial glimpses of what their creative offices look like.
The 3rd and 4th floors are occupied by Dentsu Razorfish, the digital solutions arm of the company. Designed by Torafu Architects, the two floors are divided into private offices below while the top floor is comprised of more open meeting areas.
The open space have various types of furniture for different use. Below is the dollhouse-inspired Koloro Desk, originally designed by Torafu.
A cafe space area aims to create a relaxing space where members from different teams can interact and communicate.
If you’re interested, check out our other stories on corporate offices in Japan.