Created by EVERYDAY HOLIDAY SQUAD
the room where the city's memory is preserved
Not recommended for guests with small children.
When the door is opened, the floor is covered in blue glazed tiles like an ocean.
These tiles are the ground and walls of Tokyo that the artist photographed late at night while holding the light of a 3D scanner over them. You may even find paw prints of cats that have stepped on cement.
LIXIL, with whom we collaborated technically, has as its starting point the production of architectural tiles for the former Imperial Hotel designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and this time the tiles were produced by 3D cutting clay based on scanning data.
Art room info
Room size: 45sqm
Bed size: 1 × King (120cm x 196cm)
Capacity: 2 people
Bath type: Bath tub
Non-smoking (Smoking room in common space is available)
About the artist
An anonymous group of artists consisting of mainly graffiti writers teamed up with filmmakers, curators, and other artists. Their work explores public spaces as a subject viewed from the perspective of street culture.
Interior Designer: moritahisao architects Hisao Morita / Yoichiro Umemura