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YOTEL NEW YORK, NY USA


LIGHTING DESIGN PAUL GREGORY SCOTT HAY


MICHAEL CUMMINGS KEN VENTRY CHRISTINE HOPE KENNETH SCHUTZ BRETT ANDERSEN FOCUS LIGHTING


ADDITIONAL CREDITS ARCHITECTURE ROCKWELL GROUP ARQUITECTONICA


PHOTOGRAPHY © NIKOLAS KOENIG © SCOTT HAY © SCOTT FRANCES


Yotel has a distinct design aesthetic inspired by business-class airline cabins and Japanese capsule hotels. This UK-based hotel brand demands 21st century luxury through the use of light-hued finishes in modern and sleek spaces. The lighting design is seamlessly integrated into the architecture to showcase the spaces themselves. From the lobby, elevators take visitors directly to the concierge area – Mission Control – on the fourth floor. LED


strips are mounted on the underside of the concierge desk and within the retail display so guests can easily locate assistance. Simple globe lights adorn the lounge booths to correspond to the sense of rhythm created by the acoustic ceiling tiles.


“Lighting is in sync with the design concept behind the


Yotel and becomes a visual expression of the brand,” one judge stated.


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Guests are completely immersed in this futuristic environment of computerized concierges, a luggage-toting robot and beds that rotate and transform with a push of a button. Through this unobtrusive approach to lighting, Yotel maintains its clean lines all through the use of LEDs that adhere to LEED Silver requirements.


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