Tokyo's Toggle Hotel won a 2021 Dezeen Award for its unique, two-toned design.
Designed by Klein Dytham, every room and floor was painted in two colors to create a striking effect.
The hotel won the award for the "best hotel and short-stay interior of the year."
The Toggle Hotel is located in the heart of Tokyo, Japan, and opened in April.
In November, The Toggle Hotel was announced as a winner of the 2021 Dezeen Award for the "best hotel and short-stay interior of the year."
The triangular-shaped building in Tokyo's Chiyoda City neighborhood was designed by Klein Dytham Architecture. According to a press release from the architecture firm, the gray-and-yellow pattern on the exterior was inspired by the urban infrastructure and expressway nearby.
The Toggle Hotel won the 2021 Dezeen Award for the "best hotel and short-stay interior of the year."
The hotel is named Toggle because you can either be "on or off" while staying there, according to the press release. It's meant to be a space where you can either enjoy your time off or work as much as you need, it adds.
Judges of the Dezeen awards said that the hotel's colorful design was impactful and brave while also remaining simple, according to the design outlet.
The hotel reception is located on the top floor and was painted in gray and green.
The hotel's reception also acts as a cafe and main lounge area, according to the architecture firm's press release.
Each side of the hotel has green terraces with views of the city and the Tokyo Dome, it adds.
Every floor in the hotel was designed to be two-toned, with a different color combination.
Some of the colors featured on the nine floors include two tones of blue, purple, and green, a representative for Klein Dytham told Insider.
The different color-combination design is also reflected in the 10 types of rooms in the hotel.
Klein Dytham's representative said the hotel has 84 rooms with capacities ranging from two to five people. Since the hotel is meant to be affordable, around 60% of the rooms have loft-style beds so up to three people can stay in them, according to the architecture firm's press release.
At the time of writing, the cheapest room is a loft room for 10,700 yen, or around $95, per night while the most expensive costs 16,200 yen, or around $143, per night, according to the hotel's website.
Even the decor is perfectly matched to the paint colors.
In each room, items like the bed and table follow the color scheme to a tee.
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