The LLOVE Temporary Art Hotel (Pics)

The LLOVE Temporary Art Hotel (Pics)

An exhibition in Tokyo offers artwork that you can spend the night in.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 november 2010

To commemorate four centuries of trade and cultural relations between The Netherlands and Japan, a temporary exhibition called LLOVE is being held in Tokyo that consists of guest rooms doubling up as art installations created by Japanese and Dutch designers. The exhibition provides the unique experience of spending a night in hotel rooms artistically transformed by some of the best designers from these countries. Guests can spend their time at the exhibition according to their mood of the moment and also avail the services of a cafe and a shop, both of which are a visual treat. The exhibition follows the theme of ‘Still in Llove’ and was conceptualized by Suzanne Oxenaar, Artistic Director of the LLOYD Hotel.

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