Node Kyoto

Rooms 25   Architecture Seiichiro Takeuchi   Interior Design Indian Creek Fete Kyoto

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25
Architecture
Seiichiro Takeuchi
Interior
Design Indian Creek Fete Kyoto
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Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
Node Hotel Interior Design in London
—A world of stunning artwork comes to life in the center of Kyoto amid an industrial-chic setting that feels like an art collector’s residence.

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    Rooms 25 /Architecture Seiichiro Takeuchi /Interior Design Indian Creek Fete Kyoto

    Upon entering Node Kyoto, guests can be excused for feeling as if they’ve walked into the private home of a serious art collector. The public spaces of this stunning 25-room boutique, which is located in central Kyoto just a short walk from the city’s major shopping streets, feature a sublimely tranquil living room and library adorned with a world-class collection of modern art. These provocative masterworks are showcased on marble-like cement walls that establish the alluring gray tone that runs throughout the hotel. A magnet for artists and designers, Node Kyoto is both a steppingstone into the local creative scene and a hub for it, hosting collaborative exhibitions, pop-up shops, guest gallerists, and more. Locally sourced farm-to-table fare makes for an inspired dining experience in an art-filled setting that becomes a popular bar and gathering spot in the evening. A sublime creative statement, Node Kyoto is a fresh new face amid the shrines, gardens, and palaces of this traditional Japanese city.

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    ITM - Osaka International Airport
    Food & Drink
    farm-to-table restaurant
    Event Space
    Art exhibition space

    ROOMS & SUITES

    Presented in soothing gray tones and fitted with original furniture and world-class artwork, the hotel’s rooms come in six categories, ranging from the 56-square-meter Junior Suite down to the 11-square-meter Single. All feature an oversized bed, working desk with a lamp by Kyoto-based artists Junpei Ohmori, and an open closet.

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    INTERIOR DESIGN
    Indian Creek Fete Kyoto

    The hotel’s canvas of gray is balanced by an almost regal design scheme, with plush sofas and chairs setting a sophisticated tone. White oak floors have been given an antique look, while exposed metal runs along raw ceilings and walls, creating an industrial vibe that causes the eye to seek the warm textures of the artwork by Barry McGee, Bernard Frize, and many others.

    ARCHITECTURE

    Seiichiro Takeuchi

    Seiichiro Takeuchi filled the hotel with a soothing gray material so as to quiet the mind of visitors as they transition from the city’s busy streets to the hotel’s provocative interior. The architect also designed furniture and lighting found throughout the hotel, which is all about dark textures and plush discoveries. 

    ARCHITECTURE
    Seiichiro Takeuchi

    Seiichiro Takeuchi filled the hotel with a soothing gray material so as to quiet the mind of visitors as they transition from the city’s busy streets to the hotel’s provocative interior. The architect also designed furniture and lighting found throughout the hotel, which is all about dark textures and plush discoveries. 

    INTERIOR DESIGN
    Indian Creek Fete Kyoto

    The hotel’s canvas of gray is balanced by an almost regal design scheme, with plush sofas and chairs setting a sophisticated tone. White oak floors have been given an antique look, while exposed metal runs along raw ceilings and walls, creating an industrial vibe that causes the eye to seek the warm textures of the artwork by Barry McGee, Bernard Frize, and many others.

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    Node Kyoto

    461 Toroyama-cho, Nakagyo-ku
    Kyoto, 604-8225
    Japan

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