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Aimai inspired the newly created K5 Tokyo’s Hotel

Aimai inspired the newly created K5 Tokyo's Hotel
Aimai inspired the newly created K5 Tokyo’s Hotel

Aimai inspired the newly created K5 Tokyo’s Hotel

The Japanese word ‘Aimai‘ inspired the newly created K5 Tokyo’s approach, the latest from design team Claesson Koivisto Rune. It implies obscure, odd, or eccentric uncertain, typically utilized in Japan’s positive, poetic feeling. K5 Tokyo’s features purposefully come together, allowing its areas to adjust their personality to activity ups and downs. The collection is a bench. The flower store is the lounge, which is likewise the café, also the white wine bar, which is the dining area.
Aimai inspired the newly created K5 Tokyo's Hotel
K5 Tokyo
K5 Tokyo
K5 Tokyo with 20 generously-sized spaces now resides in a transformed, four-story (including cellar) concrete 1920s bank structure. The K5 Tokyo exists in a sprawl of concrete, asphalt, and viaducts, located opposite the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

The local truancy of plants influenced the creation of an ‘eco-friendly oasis’ in the conception of K5 Tokyo. The blossom shop creates a ‘sanctum’, within the entertainment lounge, along with a plethora of potted plants dispersed in character, aimai fashion, in the restaurant, passages as well as guest rooms. K5 Tokyo has a gardener; however, no standard yard.

Claesson Koivisto Rune

Claesson Koivisto Rune
Claesson Koivisto Rune

The guest rooms characterized by blending a significant, glowing column at the area’s center, rising from flooring to the 3 and 4.5 m high ceilings. The ‘column’ is a circular, transparent fabric veil, partially dip-dyed in indigo, lit by a personalized paper lamp. It wraps up a free standing bed with an integrated rack and desk. Attracting aside the veil discloses even more of the room beyond. A sofa, lounge chair, and flower pots are positioned around the area’s edges, like ‘planetoids,’ while the walls are maintained devoid of home furnishings.
K5 Tokyo Claesson Koivisto Rune Claesson Koivisto Rune  

The combination contains standard materials such as concrete, cedar, and also Japanese stucco, all finely carried out. It is enhanced by a wide range of furnishings and even devices, custom-made designed by the designers Claesson Koivisto Rune.

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