Yuri Naruse and Jun Inokuma both studied architecture at The University of Tokyo. They established Naruse Inokuma Architects (Narukuma) in 2007. Their most well-known work, Share House LT Josai, was exhibited in the Japan Pavilion at the 2016 Vienna Biennale and was awarded a special prize, garnering high recognition both within and outside of Japan. They not only design architecture like Art Centers and public spaces like subway stations, but also stationery and furniture. Narukuma is an architecture firm engaged in a variety of fields, from places that support everyday life to the art scene.