The Interior Design Of The Ascott Marunouchi Hotel In Tokyo – MEC Design International design studio, a member of Mitsubishi Estate Group, worked closely with Mr. Kian Liew, the Ascott’s head of Global ID Management, Product & Technical Services to plan this contemporary design for the property. To find out more just keep scrolling down!
The project for the Ascott Marunouchi Hotel in Tokyo is running for the Covet International Awards 2018! All of the interior design was inspired by the panoramic views of the city skyline and the dynamic lifestyle that we can see in the capital of Japan!
Akihiko Watanabe and Kian Liew combined forces to create the contemporary interior design project of the citie’s newest luxury residential hotel! Akihiko is the Group Executive Officer MEC Design International that is recognized for their wide‐range services like consultation, design, production, and retail. Kian Liew is the Head of Global ID for The Ascott Limited and alumni of Chelsea College of Art and Design, in London. With 15 years of experience in the interior design market, Kian is recognized for showcasing some straightforward, elegant, detailed and functional design projects.
Inspired by the synergistic relationship between the rapid pace of modernization and the dignified charm of local culture, the design for this hospitality project combines minimalist principles with luxurious modern trappings. Trees, blossoms, leaves and water elements, that are related to the Japanese philosophy of Zen,
are paired up with linear elements inspired by the local high‐rise architecture.
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The union of the venerable philosophy and modern innovation characterizes the design concept of the Ascott
Marunouchi in Tokyo. The residence hotel features hand-made art pieces created by artists from all over the world. From Korea to Brazil, the artistic direction of Ascott Marunouchi reflects the diversity of the cosmopolitan fabric of Tokyo, while simultaneously paying homage to the Japanese minimalist aesthetic.
The perpetual dialogue between Man and Nature was the second source of inspiration for the designers! Deeply ingrained in the local culture, this theme is dedicated to giving each guest true zen yet luxurious experience. Each floor of the building was designed in a way that could represent the four seasons of the year. We can find the warm spring season on the 23rd and 24th floors; Summer on the 25th and 26th; Autumn on the 27th and 28th; and Winter on the top floor, like the cherry on top of the cake!
A subtle jasmine and tangerine aroma permeates the air in the entire residence. Each apartment is decorated with a taupe and cream palette, silk Pierre Frey cushions, contemporary fittings and high‐spec kitchens complete with all that the guest needs for a comfortable stay.
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