Taiju Yamashita Wantedly Office
Wantedly Office is Bronze Design Award winner in 2015 - 2016 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
Wantedly Office

With respect to Wantedly’s philosophy “To increase people who truly enjoy their jobs”, their new office was designed to encourage employee’s better communication and collaboration. The wide-open space is frequently used for seminars and in-house event with mounted projector and sound system. The staircase is widely regarded as a means of socialize with coworkers. The working area, on the other hand, was designed to promote concentration on work. According to the designer “employee who truly enjoy their work and workspace bring this office to life.”

Wantedly Office
Taiju Yamashita Wantedly
Taiju Yamashita Office
Taiju Yamashita design
Taiju Yamashita design
Taiju Yamashita

As a specialized group with strengths of design and realization capabilities, we provide comprehensive designs related to space creation such as interior, product, architectural design, etc. We identify the issues faced by operations from a creative point of view and create designs that will become the norms of the future. We are aiming for the circulation of happiness to the whole world through design.


DRAFT Inc. is a Tokyo-based interior design firm founded by Taiju Yamashita in 2008. We specialize in the interior design of office, as well as restaurant and commercial space. We aim to create “cycle of happiness” by our design with everyone who visits the space because we believe good design delivers greater creativity and productivity to human and organization. No matter what type of projects, workspace and community, big and small, classic and modern, our focus is always on “how to design more effective space where foster creativity and promote corporate purpose, value, and vision with limited space and budget.” In 2013, DRAFT opened two new offices in Shanghai (China) and Cebu (Philippines). We have been serving the community by embracing the mixed idea of local culture and latest trends from Tokyo