A rare encounter between creative minds, characterised by a distinctly human and hand-crafted philosophy for architecture and design

The minimalist yet seductive and richly textured ambiance of the home design in AMOMA Hiroo is the vision of renowned Tokyo-based Japanese interior design firm, Wonderwall, and creators of haute couture interior furniture, Liaigre.

The stunning and modern luxury homes in AMOMA Hiroo represent the first time that Wonderwall has taken on such a large-scale residential project in its entirety and is, therefore, a pivotal work in the history of the practice and the design career of its principal/founder, Masamichi Katayama. For Liaigre, AMOMA Hiroo continues a legacy of prestigious collaborations with leading architects, including Richard Meier, Kengo Kuma, and David Chipperfield. Both names are notable for their human-centric approach to design – creating spaces that not only act as arenas in which to perform the rituals of daily life but work in service of them.

Design Team

Masamichi Katayama, Principal / Founder of Wonderwall

'In my mind, we are helping customers to create an environment that makes them feel like themselves through the design.'

Wonderwall is a Japanese interior design house founded by Masamichi Katayama and is known worldwide for its unconstrained modern approach in actualising design concepts while respecting conventional and traditional design philosophies. The firm’s strength lies in the ability to conceptualise distinctive spaces that enhance the vision and branding clients aspire to, creating environments that would touch the subconscious.


Christophe Caillaud, CEO Liaigre

'The philosophy behind the design was to create a peaceful interior, centered on the wellbeing of its inhabitants.'

Liaigre is a French interior designhouse whose value proposition lies in simplicity, quality, balance, andbeauty. The company has been designing and creating spaces and furnishings for40 years. Synonymous with French taste and style without ostentation, Liaigrecomes from a long line of great eighteenth-century cabinetmakers and interiordesigners as well as modernist designers from the 1930s.



SORA BOTANICAL GARDEN Project. was founded in 2012 by Seijun Nishihata, The Plant Hunter, with a mission “to plant beauty, grow curiosity, and work with nature.”

As well as their landscape design and construction work, SORA is engaged in activities such as lectures, writing, and participating in advisory work for corporations and across administrative agencies. They have successfully produced multiple projects for various clients and, through these activities, they are dedicated to showing people the wonders and magnificence of the plant world.

‘We designed a unique landscaping design especially for this project. It is modest and embodies sophisticated nuances.'