China   |  2021

MUSE Design Awards Platinum Winner

Luoyang Yishui Guest House

Entrant Company

GOLD MANTIS

Category

Interior Design

Client's Name

Sub-Category

Hospitality

Luoyang, the ancient capital of the Thirteen Dynasties, is the source of Chinese civilization, retaining historical ruins of the ancient city, one brick, one wall, one tile... It tells the splendor of history. It is also surrounded by mountains and six rivers. The magnificent, boundless mountains and rivers are like a beautiful picture. The main building of Luoyang Yishui Guest House is composed of guest rooms with a height of no more than 24 meters, hotel lobby, conference center, dining area, recreation and sports area, etc. The design connects all functional areas into courtyard-type layout through corridors. The exterior building extracts the essence from the Luoyang traditional architecture, the atmosphere is magnificent, highlighting the ancient charm and new style. [Design description] Solemn, safe, healthy, comfortable Combined with the original appearance and style of the building, with high-quality and exquisite materials, we hope to create an elegant and comfortable indoor environment, so that every artwork is harmoniously integrated with the city culture, and to open a modern international hotel reception by the government.

Credits

GOLD MANTIS
Jian Huang
GOLD MANTIS
Li Huang
GOLD MANTIS
Ying Tang
GOLD MANTIS
Jidong Xi
GOLD MANTIS
Wen Liu
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