Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills

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design by Tony Chi & Associates
August 16,2019

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– BASIC DATA –

Project Name Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills
Year of Project 2014
Project Type Hotel Design
Country Japan
Design Style Asian, Authentic, Contemporary, Cultual, Japanese, Modern

– DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT –

  • 164 rooms including 8 suites
  • Located at the heart of Tokyo. Business and Government offices district.
  • Its the worlds 12th Andaz brand hotel.
  • Andazmeans personal styleor self expressionin Hindi.
  • Design concept is to merge the design,culture,and art of past,present,and future Japan
  • Andaz Tokyo offers new urban living and hospitality – connecting the personal life style such as work,living,or leisure together.
  • The interior uses Walnut,Brass,Earth tone stones,Japanese Washi paper,Patterned wood screens,or green mohair rugs throughout. This urban home has thick and rich taste with cultural accents,but its also natural in harmony with all elements.
  • Design that is intimate to each guests over the generations.
  • Rooftop bar,Spa,Event space at 51st floor are designed by Mr.Ogata in Simplicity.

photo from Andaz Tokyo

– PHOTOS –

– PARTNERS on THIS PROJECT-

Ownership Mori Building Co., Ltd.
Operator Hyatt
Lead Archtect Nihon Sekkei Kogyo Co., Ltd.
Photo Michael Moran

– OTHER INFORMATION –

Address : 1-23-4, Toranomon, Minato-ku
Tokyo, 105-0001
Japan
Reference Website: http://www.tonychi.com
Note:

Tony Chi

– DESIGNER INFORMATION-

– DESIGNER –
Tony Chi founded his studio,Tony Chi & Associates, in NY back in 1984.
He has started with interior design for restaurants, and later he expanded his work to hotel designs.

He has strong focus on the essence of the hospitality space – how the interior design influence people behavior and emotion, and what guests essentially seeking for in that space.
And his work is highly considered in the heritage, hospitality, artistry, culture, innovation, and origins.

His concept, “invisible design” ……

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