Bespoke architects aims to design how we live, how we work, how we learn, how we do businesses and services
by working across the fields of architecture, interior, and real estate based on our architectural problem-solving approach.

Since the establishment, we have succeeded, not only on design projects of housing, offices, commercial and medical facilities,
but also on projects on business development and branding from our architectural aspect.

As a clientsʼ partner, we carefully analyze conditions and potentials of each project.
We propose and realize the richness of the environment which can only be possible in every unique project situation.


Bespoke architects
First-Class Architect Office, Tokyo (Registration No.60573)
Jun Marushima (Managing Architect)
5-14-14-B1F, Meguro-Honcho, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152-0002
Business description
  1. Architecture and interior design / supervision
  2. Planning of land and building use
  3. Real estate planning and development
  4. Consulting on building construction, maintenance, repair and renovation
  5. Selection and procurement agency of furniture, fixtures and artworks
  6. Business related to above 1 to 5


Jun Marushima

Born in Kanagawa prefecture in Japan.

Studied in the United States and Canada as an exchange student.

Graduated from Keio University, Graduate School of Media and
Governance, Environmental Design Program in 2005.

After working in urban development, worked at Maki and Associates
from 2008 and ILYA Corporation as a senior planner from 2010.

Established Bespoke architects in 2016.

Lecturer at Yomiuri College of Tokyo from 2019.


  • Registered Architect (Registration No. 344773)
  • Real Estate Specialist (Registration No. 097530)
  • Interior Planner
  • Official Member of Tokyo Society of Architects & Building Engineers (Registration No. 2150196)


  • 2003 Keio University Ito Shigeru Award, Honorable Mention
  • 2008 43rd Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition, 2nd Place
2016 Interior Planning Award 2016, Selected Works
2018 Barrierless City Design Competition, Selected Works