Pullman Dongguan Changan Hotel
Business and Leisure Hospitality
Traditional Chinese screen and scene
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Ideally located in the heart of Dongguan Changan business district, the four hundred rooms five star urban business hotel is only fifteen mins by car to Shenzhen International Airport. Hotel features state-of-the-art meeting facilities including a sixteen hundred square meters pillar-less ballroom, two multi-function halls and meeting rooms with a variety F&B outlets and outdoor lifestyle facilities including KTV, Spa, and fitness centre. Modern geometrical approach on traditional ‘Chinese screen on scene’ concept were applied on hotel main lobby to transform an upscale spacious environment. Screens divide different functions of spaces but also link up the whole lobby area together to create different view on different angle and privacy sufficiently. Environmental friendly materials and LED lighting as the major materials on the project. Warm tones of different shades and materials with accent wood veneer finishes were used to enhance a warm and cozy welcome atmosphere.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Donggong China and finished in 2012
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Black Stainless steel, Marble stone, Wood veneer, Fabric upholstery panels, LED lighting.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Four hundred guestrooms
The use of Chinese 'screen and divider' concept which can divide different functions of spaces, but also provide indirect connection visually. The combination of contemporary approach geometric pattern on screen divider and different warm color tones together with dark accent colors created a high end and neat space.
Combine an upscale urban business hotel with five star hotel facilities and multi leisure experience. Create different entries and passage to link up different individual facilities.
TEAM MEMBERS (4) :
Arthur Chan, Byron To, Gavin Hsu and Ben Leong
Arthur Wing Fat Chan, 2013.