The city of Hong Kong definitely has a lot to offer. Even though it seems that all the new and modern buildings and hotels tend to be sparkly and colorful, the TUVE Boutique Hotel offers exactly the opposite. It’s a brand new hotel with only 66 rooms and it was completed in 2015 by Design Systems. The hotel combines traditional Japanese minimalism and sophisticated modern features. Organic textures are combined with elements of industrial design with a perfect balance of concrete, marble and wood.
Now you have an oasis for an escape from multi-colored neon lights. The TUVE Boutique Hotel has definitely achieved “aesthetic, meaningful, and enduring spatial solutions” and is a true gem of modern design. From the very entrance to the hotel through the hallways and all the rooms with the tiniest details, the ambience is set to be mysterious, sophisticated and engaging. The steel gate entrance gives you the feeling of entering a medieval castle and the remarkable contrasts of light and darkness will emphasize that feeling.
Design Systems are an award-winning studio and their work in interior and industrial design has reached perfection in the TUVE Boutique Hotel. The spacious corridors are enriched with vertical and horizontal lines that add a focal point and the lobby is a special designer treat. The lighting in the lobby reproduces a black and white version of the city’s skyline at night while the reflective ceiling enhances the effect. Unlike some hotels, this facility focuses on the function as well as the form.
At TUVE, you’ll get that one-of-a-kind experience.The rooms are equipped with minimalist furniture and would seem a bit too formal if it wasn’t for the translucent glass to soften the appearance and brighten up the atmosphere. The black, white, and grey provide an elegant note, and this clean design is enriched with warm brown wood furniture. Compared with classic hotels, this boutique hotel gives you the feeling of stepping into another dimension, and it’s definitely a place to consider for an escape from the city rush. [via]
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