STUDIO EMIT is a spatial design research studio with a special interest in public interiors, wellbeing and our future living.

Interior spaces shapes people's behaviour. People’s behaviour influences the spaces being made. Interior as a strategy for social engagement, we could approach a problem from a different perspective. Interior is a space where people experience in a more immediate and personal way.

With this starting point, the projects begins with in-depth design research. In search for atmospheres and spatial gestures that we want to preceive as embodied experiences, we try to visualise the intangible into tactile forms. Through designing by making, the form gives new ideas and thoughts to the dialogue based co-creation. These processes, which goes back and forth, enhances the design research and strategy which is translated into sustainable interventions.
The studio works and belives in designing across the margins. We cherish the added value of multi/interdisciplinary practice, and has a collaborative attitude.   

Always on the lookout to find and bring sensibility into our living environment. 

Emi Tsutsushio is born in Japan, raised in Texas and Tokyo. She holds a BA in Environmental Information at Keio University (JP) and completed her MA Interior Architecture at Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht (NL). She combines her multidisciplinary background and interest in behavioral science, design research, spatial design and craftsmanship into her practice.
Works with MONO JAPAN FOUNDATION as Strategic Designer. Researching botanical colours through Flatto81 project.

Studio address : visit by appointment
Tramkade 9,  5212 VB 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands
Studio together with Product Designer Harry Koopman and Art Educator Goedele Wellens.