3-12-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku,
The Kita has sweeping, open living areas and an unprecedented amount of space and amenity for densely populated Tokyo. Offering 12 spacious residences, a dedicated concierge and true artistry of design by an award-winning architect, it sets a new precedent for Japanese condominiums and offers a standard of living that will be difficult for Tokyo to look back from. Intuitive, intelligent, multi-textured, multi-layered and sumptuously comfortable, it’s both a place to live and a higher plane for living. Both an epoch-making piece of architecture and a timeless work of art.
The Kita is a building that reveals itself softly, subtly – not just through sight but all the senses. It’s a place where shadows dance, light metamorphosises surface, textures gently intermingle, views unfold, foliage enfolds and materials unveil themselves in slow, compelling ways. There is nothing explicit about it. Rather, it is calm and unobtrusive. Yet it has a profound sense of atmosphere. An atmosphere that envelops you, embraces you, stays with you – and is felt deep in your core.