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Living well for life.

THE SUTEKI HOME CONNECTS SEAMLESSLY WITH ITS NATURAL SURROUNDINGS, APPEARING TO EMERGE FROM THE EARTH AND, AT THE SAME TIME, FLOAT IN AN ETHEREAL STRATUS OF SUBLIME DESIGN.

A true work of art, Suteki combines the best modern amenities of contemporary American life with timeless Japanese principles. These include an intimate relationship with nature—bringing the outside in. The 4,739 square foot home, masterfully designed by world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma, nestles into the landscape—open to decking and eaves, creating a comfortable and shady place for loved ones to gather.
The home enjoys soaring, expansive and beautifully harmonized views of the gardens and creek, brought to life by Portland Japanese Garden’s Sadafumi Uchiyama.

THE SUTEKI HOME CONNECTS SEAMLESSLY WITH ITS NATURAL SURROUNDINGS, SEEMING TO EMERGE FROM THE EARTH AND, AT THE SAME TIME, FLOAT IN AN ETHEREAL STRATUS OF SUBLIME DESIGN.
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DINING ROOM

The ultimate family gathering spot for preparing meals, breaking bread and living life—featuring every modern amenity, a gracious place to gather.

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GREAT ROOM

The Great Room is an impressive space in both beauty and scale. With 14 foot high windows with minimal framing, the room is at one with the outdoors. The windows open fully onto the gardens, seamlessly connecting to the “engawa”, the connection between material and spirit.

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OUTDOOR LIVING

Deep eaves shelter from the elements and decking hugs the home, providing a comfortable place to enjoy the masterfully designed garden, while also letting nature come into the home.

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ENTRY

An artful entry door made of Japanese Cedar (WAVE) and measuring 10 feet tall by 6 feet wide, greets visitors warmly and makes a lasting impression.

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STUDIO

The studio is a tucked away place for thinking and dreaming, with soaring heights and open spaces. Though it’s a lovely studio, the adjoining bathroom would allow for a delightful guest room as well.

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SITTING

This casual space gives breathing room in between spaces and offers a connection to the outside, as well as its surrounding spaces.

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MASTER BEDROOM

A true oasis of serenity and comfort, the double height Master Bedroom opens to the beautiful Japanese garden, once again letting nature in and drawing inspiration from the outdoors.

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MASTER BATH

This premiere bathing space features a curved bathtub, a glass enclosed shower room and a spacious walk-in closet, all while still allowing for the intimacy of the natural setting.


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OPEN TO ENTRY BELOW

This space allows a visual openness to the entry below.

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STUDY BELOW

The study has a double height ceiling that offers a lofty space.

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BEDROOMS

Each bedroom affords comfort, privacy and high design.

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OBSERVATORY

The Observatory is a light-filled landing that invites nature in. It’s a place for connecting with nature and letting the imagination wander, while still feeling at peace in the home.

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OPEN TO MASTER BEDROOM

The Master Bedroom ceilings offer an airy double height.

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ENTERTAINMENT ROOM

The Entertainment Room is a place for nesting with family in supreme comfort and style. This is the ultimate spot for savoring moments of rest and making happy memories.

MAIN LEVEL

Entering the home, the experience is one of intimacy with light and air and a grounding in the comfort of nature. Throughout the home, the materials offer rich, warm texture. Local Alaskan yellow cedar louvers set the primary tone, balanced by white oak and sophisticated tile and stone throughout. The front door and two special walls feature wood from Japan.

UPPER LEVEL

Ascending to the upper floor, soaring windows offer a more expansive vantage point. The passage to more intimate rooms, an open light-filled space called the Observatory, offers a breathtaking bird eye view of the gardens. The Entertainment Room is a lovely cocoon of comfort for gathering together.


SUTEKI HOME

The Suteki experience is one of intimacy with light and air and a grounding in the comfort of nature. Throughout the home, the materials offer rich, warm texture. Local Alaskan yellow cedar louvers set the primary tone, balanced by white oak and sophisticated tile and stone throughout. The front door and two special walls feature wood from Japan.

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DESIGNING DREAMS TOGETHER

Kengo Kuma

Suteki’s master designers and builders teamed with world renowned architect Kengo Kuma to create a masterpiece of innovative design. Kuma, the architect behind the stunning Portland Japanese Garden Cultural Village and the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympic Stadium, is one of the most significant architectural leaders of his generation. He now joins Suteki in bringing unparalleled, inspirational design to Suteki’s Street of Dreams home.

Kengo Kuma And Associates >

KUMA’S WORK

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BUILDING A BRIGHT FUTURE

The Suteki Story

Suteki’s commitment to building trust, building dreams and building the future—shows in everything it does. Through Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s leadership, Suteki has arrived in this important moment, a moment marked by the presentation of a home that is the very embodiment of the Suteki philosophy—a philosophy of embracing nature in the home, building sustainable environments and making living well its business.

Suteki Philosophy

SUTEKI PHILOSOPHY

Suteki’s commitment to building trust, building dreams and building the future—shows in everything it does. Through Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s leadership, Suteki has arrived in this important moment, a moment marked by the presentation of a home that is the very embodiment of the Suteki philosophy—a philosophy of embracing nature in the home, building sustainable environments and making living well its business.

Suteki’s premiere luxury home in the Northwest, now debuting at the 2017 Street of Dreams in Happy Valley, is the first of a series of masterfully designed, sustainably-built residences planned for development in the Portland area.

Suteki in Portland

SUTEKI IN PORTLAND

Suteki has deep roots in Portland and its legacy continues. Group CEO Koichiro Hirata’s family goes back generations with Oregon’s lumber industry, which is why the family chose the Portland area for the location of its premiere home. Mr. Hirata’s father was awarded honorary citizenship by the City of Portland and was honored by the World Forestry Center as part of its Leadership Hall. Mr. Hirata himself will be inducted on August 2 of this year. The history and deep affection for the Northwest is evident in the family connection and in the strong desire to bring an elevated design, a true architectural marvel, to Street of Dreams.

Suteki History

SUTEKI HISTORY

Suteki’s story is one of inspiration, fortitude and a genuine intrepid spirit. Suteki is based in Yokohama, Japan, with offices around the world—all with a smart approach to designing environments that embrace cross-cultural design, comfort and a lifestyle centered around wellness. Suteki’s premiere home designs, made mostly of wood, draw from its expertise in the timber industry. Suteki’s parent company, Nice Corporation, was established in 1950 as Japan was rebuilding in the aftermath of the World War II. Nice Corporation started its business as a timber auction company. Through many changes, even devastating natural disaster, Suteki persevered and grew stronger. It is that strength that is threaded through the Suteki story. Now Suteki emerges a global leader in green building with its commitment to sustainable living and high style.

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Contact Us


Suteki America
10300 SW Greenburg Rd. Ste #420
Portland OR 97223

Our Suteki home is located in Happy Valley, Oregon.
Intersection of SE 129th and SE King Road.


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