A Japanese hotel has finally found a solution to the feeling that plagues all too many visitors of designer showhouses; that is, you like what see so much that you wish you could stay the night. The LLove exhibition asked 8 Dutch and Japanese decorators to bedeck all eight guestrooms and common spaces of the Daikanyama i Studio hotel in Tokyo. Each was allowed to do anything, and anything at all: Richard Hutten conceived a "7-star" room, Yuko Nagayama filled his entirely with white pebbles, and Pieke Bergmans created a bed that crawls up the wall. Passersby who are particularly enamored of a particular space can book it for the night—they just have to be up and at 'em by noon, when the rooms open to the public.
· LLove Exhibition, Tokyo [Wallpaper*]