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Cheng Chung Design has crafted the stylish Shenzhen Marriott Hotel

by Leona Liu on Sep 19, 2016 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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Cheng Chung Design (CCD) has created a modern hideaway at Shenzhen Marriott Hotel Nanshan, setting a benchmark for the city’s hotel design

Spearheaded by Cheng Chung, interior design firm CCD  has created a modern retreat at Shenzhen Marriott Hotel Nanshan. Brimming with striking details, the design weaves the city’s fishing culture into its interiors.

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Located in the Nanshan district of Shenzhen City, the hotel fully embraces its location, infusing Shenzhen’s iconic landmarks, like Nanshan Mountain and greenery, into its interiors.

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Capitalising on the fishing culture of the rising metropolitan, the design team took inspiration from fishing villages, aboriginal weaving crafts, fishing nets, rolling hills and lychee flowers.

Contemporary lights that are customised for the property and cleverly arranged in the guest rooms and the Chinese and Japanese restaurants are a highlight in the design, completing the modern atmosphere.

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Together with experienced artists and fine craftsmen, CCD has made a dazzling array of beautiful artworks and created an elegant, artistic design.

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Raw materials including stone, wood, leather and linen that exhibit natural textures and light colour tones are vastly applied in the hotel’s design to yield a serene and peaceful vibe.

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By utilising an approach that is usually implemented in designing resorts, a stereotypical business hotel has been transformed into a leisure destination with gorgeous interiors.

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