The minimal forms of Porro design combine with lamps by historic Italian designers in the pilot apartments created for the new complex of towers of Toranomon Hills, in the neighborhood of the same name in the Minato district of Tokyo. The interior design has been done by E-Interiors, long a partner of Porro in Japan.
In the apartment at the 44th floor the System modular bookcase, the pure geometric forms of the Beam Glass table, the Groove bench by Piero Lissoni in hemlock. In the bedroom Modern, the Porro system of containers and surfaces, and the Reflection mirror by Piero Lissoni, with structure in satin-finish painted bronze. In the studio zone the Fractal console, with suspended drawer units and top in white back-painted glass, and the System bookcase in eucalyptus.
In the apartment on the 46th floor, on the other hand, at the center of the room stands the white Metallico dining table and Ex-libris, a bookcase precious to the touch and sight, by Piero Lissoni. For the kitchen, the Spindle stools in chromium-plated spring steel, while the living area contains the System bookcase, used with open modules. The bedroom features the Shin bed, the Truck and Offshore bedside units, all designed by Piero Lissoni.