Bay Hotel Tokyo Hamamatucho Hotel by Wataru Omameuda Daisuke Kusumoto

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Bay Hotel Tokyo Hamamatucho

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Hotel

INSPIRATION:
This proposal is mainly derived from the characteristics of this site and the recent hotel situation. Initially, the planned site was being considered for use as a condominium site. However, due to the recent increase in inbound tourists and the trend of hosting the Olympic Games, the Hamamatsucho area has become attractive as a hotel location and has a history of conversion to a hotel plan.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is the hybrid hotel which has capsule beds and guest rooms for various accommodation styles in Hamamatsu-cho. You can stay here not just for business trips but sightseeing and foreign tourists visiting Japan too. All guest rooms have 2 meters square window to feel opened and look out over the town. Enjoy relaxing, cooking, eating, daydreaming at common spaces of kitchen and rooftop and so on.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Many hotels in the city center have to plan small rooms in order to increase profitability. Under such circumstances, this plan uses the keywords "town VOID," "guest room SCALE design," and "share COMMUNITY." We aimed for a "new hotel life" that realizes a private life that is a little different from everyday life, while keeping comfort and relaxation at the root.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
January 2018~January 2020

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Steel frame and Extrusion molded cement.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Site area 263.91㎡ Building area 146.44㎡ Total floor area 1,298.21㎡ Steel structure, 10 floors above ground

TAGS:
brightness, share community, scale design, town void, small urban hotel

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
With the theme of "chemical reaction by adding community", this plan makes use of experience such as share house, collective house, hostel and hotel. Based on our track record of accumulating the idea of ​​"designing connections" in both software and hardware, we have realized a hotel for business people and leisure use in Japan and overseas in the Hamamatsucho area of ​​Tokyo. At hostels such as "IMANO TOKYO", in addition to the public cafe lounge, a common space is created in each guest room and on the flow line around the water. It's a different point. A community does not grow with space, but lives because it is created in a place where people come and go as needed. And what is common to the foundation is the attitude of seeking comfort, which has been cultivated by the request of the owner who actually lives as many as the number of dwelling units by designing 19 cooperative houses.

CHALLENGE:
For the hotel, there is the required size. But this site is too small to give enough wideness. However we make use of this small and get the big brightness into the hotel room by the big, compared this room size, window.

ADDED DATE:
2020-12-24 05:23:36

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Wataru Omameuda, Daisuke Kusumoto

IMAGE CREDITS:
Naoyuki Aoki.

CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Taisei-Yuraku Real Estate Co.,Ltd.

PROFILE:
This proposal is mainly derived from the characteristics of this site and the recent hotel situation. Initially, the planned site was being considered for use as a condominium site. However, in response to the recent increase in inbound tourists and the trend of hosting the Olympics, the area of ​​Hamamatsucho has become more attractive as a hotel location, and there is a history of conversion to a hotel plan. Therefore, the shape of the site is well-shaped, and the lighting conditions on the south side are also good. On the other hand, the width of the front road was narrow, and it was difficult to take volume near the road under the Building Standards Law, and it was such a site. On the other hand, as a recent hotel situation, there is a problem that accommodation-specialized hotels are crowded and uniform design (minimum area, minimum facility, 3-point unit, etc.) impairs the enjoyment of accommodation by users. It was. As one solution to this problem, we took advantage of the fact that this place was originally a residential land, and had "small but highly livable guest rooms" and "various common areas for guests with different purposes". We proposed a stay-type hotel.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Bay Hotel Tokyo Hamamatucho Hotel by Wataru Omameuda Daisuke Kusumoto is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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Bay Hotel Tokyo Hamamatucho Hotel by Wataru Omameuda Daisuke Kusumoto is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2020 - 2021.



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