Bulgari Hotel Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Many references to Italian culture, in an original and contemporary design that also knows how to pay homage to the refined sensitivity and craftsmanship of Japan. As for the other Hotels & Resorts of the maison, the interior design of the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo was entrusted to the Italian studio ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, extraordinary interpreters of the Italian style. 98 rooms, among which the Bulgari Suite stands out, with its 400 square meters with a panoramic view of the city. Exclusive luxury and cutting-edge technology promise an unforgettable experience. Inside, the bar area is framed by two elegant Plissé wall lights, handcrafted with a technique patented by Barovier&Toso, while the dining room is enchantingly lit by Spinn, a suspension that gravitates over the rectangular table, creating direct but also diffused light, for effect of the “balotòn” manufacturing. On the 40th floor, the Hotel welcomes the Niko Romito Restaurant, in a warm and glamorous atmosphere. The room is surmounted by a particular curved wooden ceiling, the shape of which recalls the windows and doors of traditional Japanese wooden temples. Suspended in a linear sequence, the Spinn lamps create a suggestive personalized installation, which enhances the peculiarities of the ceiling and the environment by adding a typical element of the Murano tradition.

PROJECT: ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel

REFERENCES: Bespoke Spinn suspension, Spinn suspension and Plissé wall sconces