Walled retreat


Retreat are usually a place to get away from the crowd. Does it need to be walled ?

Well, even if the idea seems weird, this beautiful minimalist walled retreat in China is quite convincing. This 20 room hotel also hosts an art gallery, theatre and tea house. And the walls bring a sense of peace accented by the material and architecture.

Un hotel “retreat” est généralement un lieu crée pour s’éloigner de la foule. Mais a-t-il besoin pour cela d’être entouré de murs ?

Eh bien, même si l’idée semble peu accueillante, cet hôtel minimaliste fortifié en Chine est assez convaincant. Proposant uniquement 20 chambres, il accueille également une galerie d’art, un théâtre et un salon de thé. Et finalement les murs d’enceinte apportent un sentiment de paix accentué par les matériaux et l’architecture.

Place/ Tsingpu retreat, Yangzhou, China

Architect(e)/ Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

Information/ Wallpaper

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