A repurposed warehouse built in 1943 near the city of Hiroshima now serves as a 28 room hotel catering to the cyclist. Hooks on the wall of each room accommodate bicycles, and there is even a bike shop built into the complex. The project was designed by the Suppose Design Office headed by Makoto Tanijiri. He is an avid cyclist, so many of the design features in the hotel are based on firsthand wants and desires. Now we need to get something like this going in the States. Head over to Architectural Record for more information and photos.