After Amsterdam and Vienna, the concept Zoku opens doors in Copenhagen.
Zoku, which is Japanese for family, tribe, or clan, has created a new category in the hotel industry, a home-office hybrid, also suitable for long stays and with the services of a hotel.
Designed in collaboration with Concrete, Zoku Copenhagen is located on Copenhagen's Amager Island. It has 160 Lofts in five different sizes. The Zoku Loft has customizable interiors that shift the focus from the traditional hotel bed to a practical living space. The central feature of the room is a four-person table that can be used to work, dine or entertain.
The Zoku Loft also features a fully equipped kitchen, an alcove with office supplies, and an elevated, lofted sleeping space, which can be accessed by a retractable staircase and screened off. The Zoku Loft will feature furnishings from Danish design brand HAY. Zoku guests can choose their own artwork to hang on the walls, making the space more personal.
The hybrid hotel offers 'Social Spaces', designed for coworking, dining, hosting meetings and events, and socializing - all located on the 5th floor rooftop showcasing a picture view of Copenhagen. Under the name WorkZoku, the Social Spaces will also attract internationally minded locals looking for community building and networking within communal work areas.