StudioHAU received a new commission to design a hotel for Art Aficionados in Mainland China. The project will combine a small boutique hotel with art facilities, including an art gallery and event space, providing composite programming such as exclusive exhibition openings and art education to enrich the experience of guests.
In a conversation with the Jennifer and Bob Coleman, Yo-ichiro Hakomori describes his concept and the ideas behind the new design for the entrance and the master suite of the Garden House. Hakomori and the owners remember their desires and needs and talk about how the project was a way for them to make full use of the spaces they had before as well as bringing more light to enhance their art collection and nature to improve their quality of life.
USC’s study abroad program to Asia headed by Yo-ichiro Hakomori and Hadrian Predock from USC and Aurel von Richthofen from ETH Zurich Future Cities Laboratory conducted a design research workshop in Singapore about Dense and a Green Buildings.Read More
Scott powel and Cynthia Boxrud hosted a fundraising event for musicares at Venice Loft designed by Yo-ichiro Hakomori of StudioHAU. The living room area was conceived of as a flexible space to host music venue with built in sound system and lighting. The event featured a performance by Ziggy Marley who played for 200 guests in attendance.
StudioHAU is developing Bluebird Caya Villas and Hotel's public spaces. Study model of public restaurant and boat dock emphasizes the circular form of the interior lagoon with public promenade circumscribing its form.
"Our ongoing project, Latigo Canyon House, has been approved by unanimous decision by the Malibu Planning Commission for a Coastal development Permit. Very happy to move forward on this project."