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White Sail Hotel by Rongor Design

by Sophie Cullen on Sep 20, 2016 in Interiors
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All images © Jing Xu-Feng

All images © Jing Xu-Feng

Shenzhen-based firm Rongor Design & Consultant Co. has completed White Sail Hotel in the Chinese city

Embraced by both the mountains and the sea, White Sail Hotel at the Seven-Star Bay Yacht Club in Shenzhen was designed by Rongor Design & Consultant Co. to make guests feel completely at ease.

03-reception hall

Led by principal designer Ronger Kane, the team emphasised the transition between spaces and their scales to create a rhythm in the spaces. They also chose to keep details to a minimum throughout the spaces, utilising furniture and artwork as decorations.

06-leisure area

The ocean was used as inspiration for sculptures, aritfacts and art, with a range of natural elements used in each area. Bamboo finishes, bamboo lamps and  flower arrangements in Zen style were all chosen to help create the perfect retreat for wary guests.

14-guest room-standard room

 

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