|Address||3-27-5, Hacchobori, Chuo Ward, Tokyo|
|Structure / Floor||RC/10F/B1F|
|Acquisition Price||2,300 million yen|
Castalia Hacchobori is located one minute by foot from Hacchobori Station on the JR Keiyo Line and is in an area with a mix of private residences that maintain a downtown atmosphere and office buildings.
Although this area has a high density, a large space has been secured with a standard floor height of approximately 2.7 meters in order to avoid monotony and the creation of a closed space.
Further, a variety of residential units are provided through the use of maisonette and skip floors with a maximum void space of 3.8 meters.
In order to lend richness to the common area that could not be attained by using a traditional form, a cylindrical void space has been created to secure natural daylight and good ventilation, and cloisters have been built to provide a sense of unity to the common areas.
By designing this Property with a reverse beam structure and skip floors, it becomes possible to integrate a ceiling height of 1.5 floors, lofts, and under-floor storage in spaces and to create a variety of residential spaces within a normal floor height framework.
Private rooftop terraces have been situated in each of the maisonette-type penthouse units on the top floor, and a rooftop garden for common use has also been created to provide a private space for all residents to fully enjoy the urban landscape.