Gifu Building is a minimal space located in Gifu, Japan, designed by Kitamura Naoya Architects + Planners. The site faces a splendid tree-lined avenue, and the building is a four-story old office building with depths from north to south and a garden at the end. The project was a renovation on the second floor, part of which was an in-house office, and the rest were initially undecided. The space is divided into three, and depending on the quality of the space, it is divided into an office, a gallery / shooting space and a service space, and spaces other than the office can be rented. The south side is a place like a living room of a house where the shade of roadside trees falls and changes depending on the season and time, so it is a space for our office, and the north side is a gallery / shooting space because stable sky light enters through the courtyard all day long.