Time & Style will be exhibiting at DESIGNART TOKYO 2023. Special exhibitions that bridge design and art will be held at Time & Style Atmosphere (Minami Aoyama) and Time & Style Midtown (Roppongi). We hope you will come and experience them alongside our autumn design events.


at Time & Style Atmosphere

October 20 (Fri) – 29 (Sun)
11:00 – 19:00 (closed on Wednesdays)

Talk Event
October 22 (Sun) 17:00 – 18:00 DRILL DESIGN  (no reservation required)

107-0062 4-27-15 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel. 03-5464-3205

Diamond back


DRILL DESIGN is a design studio founded by Yusuke Hayashi and Yoko Yasunishi in 2001. In addition to product design, the studio provides design solutions and directions with a transdisciplinary approach that draws from space design, graphic design, and material design. The studio has provided designs for domestic and international partner companies, including MUJI, Camper, and CRASSEVIG, and exhibited its works in Tokyo, Singapore, Milan, Paris, and Stockholm.

The four series of chairs developed in collaboration with Time & Style bring a breath of fresh air to the Windsor chair while paying tribute to its concept and legacy.

Claesson Koivisto Rune Collection

at Time & Style Atmopshere

October 20 (Fri) – 29 (Sun)
11:00 – 19:00 (closed on Wednesdays)

Talk Event
October 21 (Sat) 17:00 – 18:00 Claesson Koivisto Rune  (no reservation required)

107-0062  4-27-15 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5464-320

Drop paper lamp - floor lamp
Drop paper lamp

About Claesson Koivisto Rune

Claesson Koivisto Rune is a Swedish design group formed in 1995 by Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto, and Ola Rune. Their projects involve architecture, furniture, and commodities such as tableware, and textiles, and their creative designs are highly acclaimed in the international design community. They have been active in Japan as well, producing numerous projects.

The group has shared design philosophies with Time & Style, nurtured through 20 years of mutual communication and the members’ respect for Japan.

Peter Zumthor Collection by Time & Style

at Time & Style Midtown

October 20 (Fri) – 29 (Sun)
11:00 – 20:00

107-0052  9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3F
TEL: 03-5413-3501

About Peter Zumthor

Peter Zumthor was born in 1943, as the son of a cabinet maker in Basel, Switzerland. After finishing his carpentry apprenticeship from 1958 to 1962, he proceeded to study design at Pratt Institute in New York from 1963 to 1967. In 1967, he became an architect for the Department for the Preservation of Monuments in Canton of Graubünden, Switzerland. In 1979, he established his design studio based in Haldenstein, Switzerland, where he has been practicing architecture ever since.

Time and Style released the world’s first furniture collection by Peter Zumthor “Peter Zumthor collection” in 2022.

Akiko Suso Hat exhibition

at Time & Style Midtown

October 20 (Fri) – November 20 (Sun) 11:00 – 20:00

Reception Party: Friday, October 20, 18:00 – 20:00

Dance Performance: Dancers/Project Oyama (Yuri Furuya, Akiko Miwa, and Kazatiko Hasegawa) and DJ Naoyuki Takeda

9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3F
TEL: 03-5413-3501

About Akiko Suso

Akiko Suso, who makes sculptural hats, takes on the challenge of creating an exhibition expression with movement in a static space lined with furniture, lighting, and tableware. Through touching and wearing the works, visitors will experience changes that cannot be perceived only by looking at them.

Akiko Suso

Born in Ishikawa Prefecture and currently living in Tokyo. After graduating from the Kanazawa College of Art with a major in visual design, worked for Shiseido Advertising Department and Haute Mode Hirata before going freelance. After working for Shiseido’s Advertising Department and Haute Mode Hirata, she became a freelance illustrator and hat artist. Her hat exhibitions include “Pop Shell Head” (1996), “Pupal Head” (2006), “Hatching Head” (2008), “Primal Form” (2011), and “Foresta” (2022). She was also featured in the 2010 Paris Collection and Tao (Tricot Comme des Garcons). Her books include Hats with Fun Shapes (Bunka Publishing Bureau), and her illustrations have been included in The unknown Mayan Civilization (Seibundo Shinkosha), and Evolution and Human Behavior (University of Tokyo Press).


Performance by Project Oh!Yama (Yuuri Furuie, Akiko Miwa, Satsuko Hasegawa)

Dance company leader Yuuri Furuie started Project Oh!Yama in 2006 with other members who graduated from the Dance and Dance Education program at Ochanomizu University. The company has been well-received for its unique costumes, music, choreography, and direction. They won the Jury Prize at the 2009 Yokohama Dance Collection R, and the “Next-generation Choreographer Award” at the 2010 Toyota Choreography Awards. They have presented numerous performances in Japan and abroad, including “Catch My Beam” (2011), “Everyone Knows” (2012), “Holstein” (2012), “Fantasy” (2013), “Keep on Dancing” (2016), and “A Wonderfully Ambiguous World” (2018). While teaching and promoting dance, the members also choreograph for and perform in plays, television programs, commercials, and music videos as solo performers.
Project Oh!Yama website:
Akiko Miwa website:


Music by Naoyuki Takeda

Naoyuki Takeda is a Tokyo-based composer, arranger, DJ, and sound designer. He also performs under the aliases Datakestra and Anutha. He has provided music with a wide range of collaborators, including dance companies such as Project Oh!Yama, singer-songwriters, and corporations. He has also performed as a DJ at “Vogue Fashion’s Night Out” at Omotesando Hills, “Play Theater” at ROHM Theatre Kyoto, and Spain’s Ibiza Global Radio, which has three million listeners worldwide. Recently, he has been active as a sound designer in the areas of sound-based branding and marketing.