It is Not Easy to realize That the sleek, minimalist Structures Bayside Marina Hotel in Japan, plow Actually containers of boats. Precisely That Was the idea of the architects of Yasutaka Yoshimura and-through the sum of them to be managed to generate well-lit blocks Facing the beach.
To be prefabricated and modular construction of the hotel caused to Minimal Impact on the ground and if Any of the Damaged Blocks Can Be Replaced Quickly and Without problems. The prefabricated modules Were in Thailand, assembled in Japan and Then transferred is to the field.
The hotel is Located on the beach at Yokohama and the Were blocks arranged randomly on the ground, Creating an organic form of total win and Allowing Different views from Each One of Them. This operation is Not added more than a few concrete ways. Each container Inside, the booths Have high ceilings and floor to ceiling windows. A staircase leads to the main room is a mezzanine above-the living room. The bathroom, very spacious, the room is below.
The sum and the superposition of two containers generate a double height dog in Each cabin s, which let a lot of light to the living room and more space Makes the Broadly. The walls and the staircase inside the set are in. line outside, painted all in white, contrasting with the black coating of the roofs and the green carpet on the floor.
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