Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono

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design by BAR STUDIO
October 18,2020

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– BASIC DATA –

Project Name Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono
Year of Project 2020
Project Type Hotel Design
Country Japan
Design Style Asian, Cultual, Japanese, Modern

– DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT –

Bar Studio designed new Park Hyatt in Niseko, where is one of the famous ski resort in Japan.

Surrounded by the beautiful nature, interior design is calm and less colored to be harmonized in the nature and cherish the views. Bar Studio carefully selected the material and objects for guests to experience the luxury at inside and outside.

Japanese traditional hot-spring style bath room is also the uniqueness of this hotel

Cite from Bar Studio :

The design of this resort celebrates Japanese crafts, natural materials and processes, taking inspiration from the warmth of a mountain lodge, and the craft of a Japanese villa. Taking full advantage of the landscape and views to Mt Yotei, the integrated architecture, interior and landscape have been designed from the inside – out.

Photo from Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono and Bar Studio

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– PARTNERS on THIS PROJECT-

Ownership Pacific Century Premium Developments
Operator Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Furniture Restoration Hardware, Stellar Works

– OTHER INFORMATION –

Address : 328-47 Aza Iwaobetsu
Kutchan-cho
Abuta-gun, Hokkaido 0440082
Japan
Reference Website: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/japan/park-hyatt-niseko-hanazono/
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Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazaono

Reference Website: https://www.barstudio.com/bar-studio/projects/park-hyatt-niseko-hanazono/
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Bar Studio – Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono

– DESIGNER INFORMATION-

– DESIGNER –

BAR Studio is a Melbourne-based design studio specializing in luxury international hotel environments throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific.

Established in 2003, BAR Studio is directed by Felicity Beck and Stewart Robertson.

Studio has been working on many of luxury hotel brands, such as Grand Hyatt, Park Hyatt, Rosewood, or Westin.

They use oriental and cultural accents as an interior elements, and the space offers luxury feeling to the guests with mixture of modern and ……

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