Zoku Amsterdam is a new type of hotel promoting the concept of a spacious micro-apartment for global nomads. Designed by Concrete Architectural Associates, The Zoku Loft offers a spacious experience in a room of at least 25 square meters. According to the project developers, “it provides a stylish and spatial feel due to its flexible interior with a focus on the living and working space instead of the sleeping area.” Aimed to meet the living needs of traveling professionals, the design of this tiny flat is a home-office hybrid, perfect for both short term and longer stays.
Here is a short excerpt from the official description provided by the architects: “In lieu of the bed, the central element is a four-person table that can be used to work, eat or relax. The living area consists of a comfortable two-seater sofa that allows guests to relax, receive company, read a book or watch TV. The so-called ‘Rest’ sofa by the stylish and top-quality Danish furniture brand Muuto was specifically adapted for Zoku. The clever kitchen design offers all the necessary comforts with equipment by Siemens, including an induction cooker, a sink, a dishwasher, a fridge/freezer, a microwave and a coffee machine.” What are your thoughts on this new hotel concept? Would you consider visiting it during your next Amsterdam escape? [Photography by Ewout Huibers]
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