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Garrya Nijo Castle Kyoto Hotel / TAISEI DESIGN Planners Architects & Engineers + Jun Mitsui & Associates Architects

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Kyoto, Japan

New Interiors: Hotels Elevating Hospitality Design for Travel

Hotels are a hub for commerce, transportation and culture. Today, interior designers are redefining hospitality spaces to accommodate new forms of travel, communication and rest. From historic renovations to contemporary ground-up hotels, these projects center around leisure and memorable guest experiences. In turn, they express brand identity to rethink what interior design and hospitality will be in the future.

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PokoPoko Club House / Klein Dytham architecture

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Fabrics in Interiors: Creative Possibilities as Architectural Elements

Textile forms of habitation are far from new; in fact, humans have been using fabric to create shelter for thousands of years, becoming an archetypal form of building. Today, contemporary architecture has rediscovered the principle of the tent and taken its development further, implementing new technologies to generate more advanced and durable fabrics which allow larger areas to be spanned. Becoming a highly specialized sector within the construction industry, multiple textile forms have become common in a wide range of architectural applications – not just for temporary structures, but also for permanent buildings. Apart from their use in facades, these can be utilized in interiors to create highly functional spaces with unique sensory experiences.

Arctic Architecture: 17 Projects that Explore Different Heating Techniques in Interior Spaces

Some of the most picturesque projects are those built in the mountains; the rustic cabin wrapped with a floor-to-ceiling glass panel that overlooks the snow-covered trees. Visually, the architecture exudes an enchanting feeling, but is it truly a habitable space? When houses are built on an elevation of 3,000 meters, installing a fire element alone is not efficient or sustainable. Spaces on such altitudes or particular geographic locations require to be treated thoroughly, beginning with the architecture itself. Whether it's through hydronic in-floor heating systems or wall-mounted chimneys, this interior focus explores how even the most extreme winter conditions did not get in the way of ensuring optimum thermal comfort.

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Offices with Integrated Greenery: 7 Notable Examples

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Offices have evolved tremendously in recent years. They are becoming more and more like a domestic space, incorporating new color palettes, flexible furnishings, warm textures, and even greenery as part of the design. In the latter case, it is not simply an aesthetic addition, but the greenery is integrated in such a way that it completely transforms and enhances the work experience of the people inside. How can plants become protagonists of the workspace? Let's review 7 cases that creatively integrate them in favor of the well-being of users.

"I Am Always Inside the Architecture that I Design": In Conversation with Toyo Ito

Examining the work of Tokyo architect Toyo Ito (b. 1941) – particularly his now seminal Sendai Mediatheque (1995-2001), Serpentine Gallery (London, 2002, with Cecil Balmond), TOD's Omotesando Building (Tokyo, 2004), Tama Art University Library (Tokyo, 2007), and National Taichung Theater (2009-16) – will immediately become apparent these buildings’ structural innovations and spatial, non-hierarchical organizations. Although these structures all seem to be quite diverse, there is one unifying theme – the architect’s consistent commitment to erasing fixed boundaries between inside and outside and relaxing spatial divisions between various programs within. There is continuity in how these buildings are explored. They are conceived as systems rather than objects and they never really end; one could imagine their formations and patterns to continue to evolve and expand pretty much endlessly.

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IHI Innovation Center [i-Base] / Nikken Sekkei

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Akizuki no Tori House / FUJIWALABO / Teppei Fujiwara Architects Labo

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Asakura, Japan

House NN / N.A.O

House NN / N.A.O - Interior Photography, Houses, Beam, Door, Table, Lighting, ChairHouse NN / N.A.O - Interior Photography, Houses, Bedroom, Beam, BedHouse NN / N.A.O - Interior Photography, Houses, Beam, Door, TableHouse NN / N.A.O - Interior Photography, Houses, Bathroom, Door, Beam, Bathtub, Lighting, Shower+ 15

Yokohama, Japan
  • Architects: N.A.O
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  44
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  DAIWA JUKO, Jw-CAD, Taniko, Tform, YKK AP

Game Freak Office / Canuch

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UNIQLO TOKYO Store / Herzog & de Meuron

UNIQLO TOKYO Store / Herzog & de Meuron - Interior Photography, Retail Interiors, Stairs, Chair, BenchUNIQLO TOKYO Store / Herzog & de Meuron - Interior Photography, Retail Interiors, FacadeUNIQLO TOKYO Store / Herzog & de Meuron - Interior Photography, Retail Interiors, BeamUNIQLO TOKYO Store / Herzog & de Meuron - Interior Photography, Retail Interiors, Beam, Handrail+ 7

On The Water House / Nikken Sekkei

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  • Architects: Nikken Sekkei
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  640
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2015

Nine Hours Capsule Hotel / Naruse Inokuma Architects

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  994
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Cera Trading, Koizumi, LIXIL , Magis, ModuleX, +2