Design Club was established with funding from a charitable foundation, the Hyogo Economic Development Center.
|Corporate name||Design Club Co., Ltd.|
|Address|| Head Office : 76-2, Kyomachi, Chuou Ward, Kobe City, 650-0034, Japan
8F, Meikai Sannomiya 2nd bldg.
TEL: 81-78-334-7816 FAX: 81-78-334-7817
Tokyo Office ：6-2-7, Nishi Gotanda, Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo, 141-0013
|Date established||April 1, 1998|
|Capitalization||30 million yen|
|Lines of business||■ Planning and designing homes, hotels, arcade shops, etc.
■ Coordinate the furnishings in Model Rooms
■ Manage the website"Suma Repi". Evaluate room arrangements
■ Consult on room plans
■ Interior concierge service at the Interior Decor Arrangement Studio
■ Sell interior furnishings and accessories
■ Manage the Design Club Academy
|Approved businesses|| The corporation is approved by the management promotion plan under approval
number: Kobe (Pref.) 1103.
|Representative||President (Representative Director) Chikako Ogawa|
|Staff||13 employees 4 technical advisers 14 on contract|
|Subsidiary||Design Club Link Co., Ltd.
Lines of business: Research, development and supply of computer network
We established Design Club Co., Ltd. in April 1998 with the intention of becoming a group to make real what our customers are eager for and strongly request. Our position is not to boss our customers around, but to be at the customer's side and cooperate with customer wishes like a loving and intimate friend. So we have declared our motto to be: "For a Smile in Friendship" and that is our vision.
We have a strong desire to have our interior design work contribute to invigorating peoples' imaginations concerning the spaces they occupy.
It is our ultimate pleasure if our customers find they have a different feeling than they did yesterday, because experiencing our designs gets them excited about life and makes their concepts of their daily lives pulsate with energy.
Recently we are receiving increasing numbers of orders to design interiors in commercial facilities, nursing care facilities, and hotels.
In order for people to rest and enjoy gathering in these venues, the space must be comfortable and of a high quality, and at the same time the spaces should be arranged so that it is easy for workers to provide service without being stressed. We stand alternately in the customer's shoes and in the staff person's position. It is our challenge to have the pleasure of hearing thanks from both the customers and the staff serving them, because of our interior design contributions.
We would be best friends and make this phrase a reality.
President, Representative Director