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SHOTENKENCHIKU /June , 2020 | 2020 | SHOTENKENCHIKU

June 2020, SUMMARY

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


 


NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

ACE HOTEL Kyoto 

(Page 48)



Fusioning the East and the West is a main theme of the environmental design of this hotel, and some of talented artists from the West Coast and Kyoto collaborated for this project, which is embodied in details of construction finish and lighting fixtures. For example, Kori Girard designed partitions in a restaurant and black and white mosaic tiles on the floor. Metal mesh decoration was created based upon traditional craftsman technique in Kyoto and they are used for lamps on the rooftop bar and a bar on the second floor. Besides, a lot of Japanese traditional architectural elements are used in the interior, like plaster, timber, and rice papers, which are elegantly combined with Western style elements to express comfort and warmness and for travelers from all over the world.
Designer : Commune Design  

 

NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

THE HOTEL SEIRYU KYOTO KIYOMIZU

(Page 68)


photo / Nacasa & Partners


A conversion project from an elementary school to a hotel. Combination of newness and nostalgia. All the hallways and stairs were left as they were and you can imagine kids were running there. The class rooms were completely transformed like another world.
Making the most of the existing details of the building, the designer chose subdued black and off-white inorganic materials and the same color scheme was used for art pieces, graphics, and FF&E. Visitors can enjoy unique appearance of the interior scenes based upon “mitate” which means to see something to resemble others.
Designer : A.N.D  

 

NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

THE HIRAMATSU KYOTO

(Page 82)



Locate in the center of En-no-gyoja-cho in Kyoto city, with an atmosphere of history and culture of old capital, THE HIRAMATSU KYOTO is an attractive Japanese style small luxurious hotel. It is a renovation of old Kyo-machiya-style building established in 1899.
The inn has 29 guest rooms(54~104㎡ each). Rice paper, timber, lead, and other materials were carefully used not to be expressive Japanese style. The hotel is the only one in the neighborhood and is expected to inherit the local culture and tradition and to revitalize the surrounding area, making the most of Kyo-machiya architecture.
Designer : Nakamura Sotoji Komuten

 

NEW SHOP ENVIRONMENT

LOUIS VUITTON MAISON OSAKA MIDOSUJI

(Page 97)



Opened in Shinsaibashi, Osaka, LOUIS VUITTON MAISON OSAKA MIDOSUJI is the largest flagship shop of LOUIS VUITTON, as it has seven stories above the ground. Architect Jun Aoki, who had worked for the brand for long, designed the exterior of the shop and world famous Peter Marino architect created the interior from the first to the fourth floor. Louis Vuitton’s first cafe LE CAFÉ V and member’s exclusive restaurant SUGALABO V were designed by Japanese design firm A.N.D. As Osaka is a city of water, the total environmental design theme is “ship and travel”. Dynamic front facade looks like a ship sail, some parts of shop remind us of ship deck. The restaurant is reminiscent of a pilot house of ship. Every single detail comes from a well-made concept story. Furniture and merchandise laid out in big bright rooms proclaim strong will of the brand pursuing tradition and innovation of today.
Designer : Taisei Corporation + Jun Aoki & Associates + Peter Marino Architect + A.N.D. + Louis Vuitton Malletier

 

FEATURE ARTICLE 1/CAFE

SARUTAHIKO COFFEE The Bridge Harajuku Station

/ SARUTAHIKO COFFEE Shimokitazawa

(Page 110)



SARUTAHIKO COFFEE The Bridge Harajuku Station opened in March, on the second floor of a new JR Harajuku station building. Inspired by Japanese alleys and spatial elements, this big cafe has 140 seats. The low ceiling and tatami-like chairs are intriguing, combining industrial style and Japanese style. Prior to this big project, SARUTAHIKO COFFEE Shimokitazawa, an 85㎡ small cafe, opened last December, on the ground floor of a new building near Shimokitazawa station. Plant pots are installed above the kitchen; the interior is calm and looks it were in the ground. Both of cafes are so different in terms of the scale and style, both are, none the less, attractive for coffee lovers.
Designer : SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE

 
 
FEATURE ARTICLE 1/CAFE

GESHARY COFFEE Hibiya

(Page 125)



The world’s first “Geisha” coffee shop opened in Tokyo. It is very unique and innovative that the owner company manages from production to sale in house. They extract coffee by in-house developed machine. This establishment is the flagship shop in the world, presenting culture of Geisha coffee. The shop is a five story building and each floor area is 25㎡ . Based upon a theme of “coffee paradise”, the interior of each floor represents a coffee making process with each different detail related to coffee in colors and textures.
Designer : TAKEDA KATSUYA DESIGN  

 
 
FEATURE ARTICLE 2/RESIDENCE

PARK COURT HAMARIKYU THE TOWER

(Page 160)



A gorgeous residential tower in Hamamatsu-cho, Tokyo. The front facade is big and comfortable and uses the motif of Tamba crane. Through the plants on front side, you see suspending lighting objects in a lounge where you also find an exhibited art work.
Other area like elevator, elevator hall, hall ways are all designed sophisticatedly with elaborated materials and art pieces.
Commanding panoramic views of Hamarikyu Garden, the common lounge has a guest room with a miniature pond of Hamarikyu Shioiri-no-ike pond and a double ceiling height library.
Designer : Futurity  

 

FEATURE ARTICLE 2/RESIDENCE

THE FINE TOWER Umeda Toyosaki

(Page 176)



Here featured is the entrance hall and the common lounge named “Sky Lounge” on the upper floor of a new residential tower in Osaka, a city of water. The former is based upon an image of ripple and the latter hanging water garden. Numerous metal louvers cover the ceiling of the lounge and the Sky Lounge uses glass object shaped in water drips and bubbles as iconic installation, as they give a feeling of underwater.
Designer : hashimoto yukio design studio
 

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