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HOTEL FELICE AKASAKA | Interior Design by Roito | Hotel Felice Akasaka in Minato City
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posted by on 2020-08-07

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This hotel is designed as “Japanese Style” with an awareness of high-demand for tourists from abroad for the Tokyo Olympics is just around the corner.
Akasaka is a very unique area that has the face of a business town as well as entertainment. By setting “Mixture” as a concept, a mixture of traditional Japanese craftsmanship and radical pieces could express it as a result. Such as placing traditional japanese louver patterns with a concrete wall, reflecting the images of Torii gateways with mirrors, and more.
(Ryohei Kanda / Roito)

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Roito was founded in 2013 by Ryohei Kanda and is a Tokyo-based interior design firm with projects sprinkled over the world. Ryohei earned his degree in interior design from ICS college in Tokyo, and he began his career at “Hashimoto Yukio Design Studio” for 10 years. He was named 6 international awards designed for “RICCA” in 2017 and winning 8 international awards for other 2 design projects in 2020.
The design has its unique character and vision of its own. If you strategically follow the design logic of how to highlight those originalities the answers naturally come to you. There are no absolute rules in design, but the essential design does exist, and it makes the brand’s character and vision stand out when you follow the path.
An architect, and an interior design might not be only creating structures of buildings physically and also influencing relationship in between people, their sentiment and experience, miraculous encounters, and more. As long as the design is inspiring people’s imaginations and memories in their life, creating great relationship with them, then it would eventually have a significant connection with the society and community. We believe we can contribute to society with the design.