This is a dead city. It has been a dead city from the start. Check it out.
Neighbourhood hotels are changing and this example in Hong-Kong, is one of our most interesting discovery in our South East Asia 2016 Trend Trip.
When it comes to Pop-Up concepts, two universes really achieve great experiences: commercial brands (have you seen the last Adidas pop-up store ?) and cultural institutions. This latest addition to the cultural group is a glitter wonder even if it is bamboo-built. The Kowloon Cultural District, currently rebuilding the cultural area, has dedicated a bay facing area to build this traditional opera house, pop-up style. Constructed with bamboos, the pop-up building mixes… Lire la Suite
New places in China find new inspiration in early 20th century chinese history. And this wonderful restaurant, Duddell’s, has perfectly mixed old chinese paintings and art collections with contemporary vintage-looking furniture. This place was designed to attract creative minds. To do so, the place is a venue to art exhibition. And with this great interior design, it is a great success. Do try it when travelling over there. Les nouveaux concepts de… Lire la Suite
The Tianzhoushan Tea House is more than just a tea house. It is a contemplative place to enjoy one of the 5 sacred mountain in China; it is a house completely inserted in the mountain, its shape following the waterside in front of it and the rock walls behind it; and finally, it is also a house that hosts a restaurant, a tea house, rooms for travellers and a view-point at the… Lire la Suite
Xian est l’ancienne capitale de Chine et son dernier hôtel de luxe se devait donc d’être un vrai palais. Et c’est ce que le Westin de Xi’an a réalisé: un extérieur digne de la cité interdite de Pékin et un intérieur aux espaces évoquant de façon moderne les patios à la chinoise. Une réalisation impressionnante. Xian is China’s ancient capital city and its latest luxury hotel had to be a… Lire la Suite
Une résidence de luxe ? Un hôtel design ? Pas du tout. Vous êtes dans le village d’artiste Xixi, à Yangzhou en Chine. Chaque petit bâtiment abrite 800m2 de studios d’artiste ou de designer. Un lieu original dédié à l’art. A luxury residence ? A design hotel? Not at all. You are in the artist village Xixi in Yangzhou, China. Each small building has 800sqm hosting artists and designer studios. A… Lire la Suite