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SHOTENKENCHIKU /May , 2020 | 2020 | SHOTENKENCHIKU

May 2020, SUMMARY

SHOTENKENCHIKU is monthly magazine of Japanese interior design / store design / commercial architecture


 


NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

TOKYU PLAZA SHIBUYA 

(Page 42)



A shopping mall TOKYU PLAZA SHIBUYA opened currently in Shibuya Fukuras which was built in December 2019. Natural elements such as stone, ceramic, paper, gold, wood, earth, and light are carefully used or quoted in environmental design of each area on each floor. The designer aimed to create timeless interior for it will last long. The traffic lines are mostly oval and go around the core on the floors, so shoppers can comfortably browse. The floors are smooth and designed to make less height differences considering the usability for all visitors.
Designer : GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

K5

(Page 78)


photo / Nacasa & Partners


Composed of hotel and restaurants, K5 is a new commercial complex renovated ninety seven year old building in Kabuto-cho, Tokyo. A Swedish design unit CKR received a commission of this environment design. A basement has a beer-bar and the first floor has restaurant, coffee stand, wine-bar, and library-bar. A hotel occupies from the second to the fourth level with twenty guest rooms. The design theme is “aimai”, a Japanese word that means “ambiguity”. The establishment is flexible in terms of function, so the activities of each area has each uniqueness. Common areas and guest rooms are mostly decorated with plants. In the guest room, indigo-dye curtains envelop beds and they are lit up by ricepaper lamps creating an warm atmosphere.
Designer : Claesson Koivisto Rune

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

W’-IZUSHI GALLERY +

A&A JONATHAN HASEGAWA- /

A&A LIAM FUJI

(Page 120)



A duo of artist and architect created a villa style hotel in the center of Okayama city. Letter “A” in the project name means “art, artist, architecture, and architect” and also neither “art for architecture” nor “architecture for art”. This project plans to produce twenty hotels in twenty years in a city, in order to make a city of hotel and make the people in the neighborhood experience art works. Jun Aoki, the project adviser designed a reception building, Go Hasegawa and Jonathan Monk did A&A Jonathan Hasegawa building, and MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO and Liam Gillick did A&A Liam Fuji building.
Designer : Jun Aoki & Associates Go Hasegawa and Associates + Jonathan Monk / MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STDUIO + Liam Gillick FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

HOSHINO RESORTS RISONARE Nasu

(Page 146)



This resort hotel was designed upon “agriturismo” an Italian word of agritourism, touring agricultural areas to see farms and to join farm activity. Located in the foot of Mount Nasu in Tochigi prefecture, this resort is composed of spotted building among trees. The central activity facility is named POKO POKO and is situated in the middle of the forest between the main building and the annex. It has an impressive roof of three cones and includes kitchen, library, and play room. People enjoy sunshine from the skylight and scenery of the surrounding trees and plants.
Designer : Klein Dytham architecture

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

GOOD NATURE HOTEL KYOTO

(Page 155)



This hotel occupies six levels of GOOD NATURE SATION, new commercial complex in Kyoto. A lounge on the fourth floor has a big void up to the ninth floor and it decorated with green. The lounge is the symbolic space of the hotel where you feel the nature even you are in the center of Kyoto. There are also work shop room and gallery which interest you. One of interesting elements of the hotel is the big sofas which show Japanese taste. 141 guest rooms have original traditional Japanese wall painting by artists ad lib.
Designer : design farm DRiP  
 
 
 
FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

9h NINE HOURS Suidobashi /

9h NINE HOURS Namba Station

(Page 178)



As the new standard ones of co-called “capsule hotel” chain of 9h nine hours, both of two hotel is opened in Tokyo and Osaka. The eighth level of Suidobashi one in Tokyo has 360 degree horizontal sash-free super clear glazed opening, and the floor is sloping without any handrails, braces, and spandrel walls. Visitors can enjoy panoramic views widely. Namba one in Osaka has a living room-like water section unit, so the serial action of dressing yourself is very smooth from showering to going out of the door. So-called “sanitary lounge” functionally integrated locker, shower, toilet, and washstand.
Designer : Akihisa Hirata / akihisa hirata architecture office +DAIWA HOUSE INDUSTRY
NARUSE・INOKUMA ARCHITECTS
 
 
 
FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

MAJA HOTEL KYOTO / CAFE AALTO

(Page 189)



In Finnish, “maya” means hut or kid’s den or tree house. Maya Hotel Kyoto offers comfortable and at-home experience with cozy material textures, warm lighting, relaxing environment for repeaters. customers. The hotel interior was created by Harri Koskinen, one of the most prominent and authentic Finnish designers who influence the world. His style is simple, steadfast, and functional, and the interior of this hotel is what is all about.
Designer : Harri Koskinen / Friends of industry + ZERO-ONE OFFICE + Hn-Architects
 

 

FEATURE ARTICLE/HOTEL

Featured Drawings: Guest Rooms of Hotel

(Page 215)


Activities at a hotel are varied. Some enjoy relaxing time either at lounges or at restaurants and some like places of stay seeing view of cities. Or, some enjoy night life just getting sleep at guest rooms. Here are various interior drawings of fabulous hotel guest rooms.
 
 

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