Creative unit founded in 2013 by Makoto Suzuki and Ayumi Koyama.
Their work includes interior design for fashion stores, cafes, and restaurants, pop-up stores, window displays, product and furniture design, and installations, as well as creative direction for apartment buildings.
The chemical reaction between Suzuki's logical and creative approach and Koyama's artistic approach creates a high-quality, bespoke space. Research into the concept and attention to materials form the basis of the design. The deep consideration of the concept has taken the design process to a new level, creating a space that tells a story with the materials, colors, and lighting effects derived from the concept.
The spaces that Atma creates provide the audience with a physically immersive experience and maximize the potential of the client, including the story behind it. Atma's wide-ranging activities transcend the boundaries of their own genre, leading to unexpected combinations of materials and challenges from multiple perspectives. Their willingness to experiment with diverse elements, to gain new knowledge, and to explore the stories behind each project, has led him to look beyond the boundaries of the field and to create physical and emotional experiences in real spaces, as opposed to the virtual experiences that have been the trend in recent years. This leads to the creation of physical and emotional experiences in real spaces, as opposed to the virtual experiences that have become the trend in recent years.