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UNION Bar – The Opposite House | Beijing
UNION is the new destination bar at the acclaimed luxury urban hotel – The Opposite House.
Union Bar was strategically designed to have a clear social flow; encourages social engagements within a comfortably furnished decor that also showcases artworks, sculptures, and objets d’art.
The Opposite House was designed by celebrated Japanese designer Kengo Kuma while the creation of UNION bar was designed by the acclaimed New York design group AvroKO – takes its cues from a 1920’s Modernism aesthetic.
The bar features a refined cocktail selection, handcrafted by our experienced mixologist..
Rosewood Hong Kong is a new centre of gravity on the Kowloon waterfront; the crown jewel of the Victoria Dockside arts and design district. On passing the gate and traversing the cobblestoned drive, the urban din falls away, revealing lush topiary and a serene forecourt that commands the harbour.
The 65-storey exterior pays homage to Hong Kong’s verticality, which explains why the hotel is known as a “vertical estate”.The Rosewood Hong Kong was designed by American architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, who also worked on the International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong, Lotte World Tower in Seoul and Rosewood Bangkok.
Featuring a mix of fabrics and patterns, the interiors of Rosewood Hong Kong are designed by New York-based Taiwanese designer Tony Chi.
The Rosewood Hong Kong boasts an impressive collection of art, starting with the 4.7-metre-long bronze sculpture at the top of the driveway by Henry Moore.Other standout pieces include a life-sized sculpture of an Indian elephant next to the lobby by Bharti Kher and several butterfly-inspired pieces by Damien Hirst (in the Butterfly Room lobby restaurant).
Manor Club at Rosewood | Hong Kong
Set on the 40th floor, the Hong Kong business hotel’s exclusive Manor Club offers private sanctuary, featuring handsome ultra-residential interiors, exceptional service and premium food and beverage experiences that offer a sense of cozy clubbiness. From the moment of arrival, the Club’s discreet and personalized service leaves no detail overlooked nor request unattended.
Showcasing unparalleled wraparound views of Hong Kong’s storied Victoria Harbour, the Manor Club transports affluent explorers to a warm, residential enclave flooded with natural light. Exclusive to Suite stays and Club rooms, this elegant residential-style address offers an inviting games room.
Capella Landscaping & Outdoor Spaces | Sanya
Capella Sanya offers 190 exquisitely-designed rooms and villas amid lush gardens, overlooking the South China Sea. Inspired by the beautiful elements of nature and the area’s famous and often mysterious silk road trade history, the accommodation was designed by renowned architects Jean-Michel Gathy and Bill Bensley, blending contemporary comforts with multiple opportunities to enjoy the peace and seclusion of the resort as a whole.
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A Luxury Travel China Guide | New in Design 2020