Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant / White Sail Hotel
Located in Shenzhen, China and completed in 2015. This 7,265 square meter White Sail Hotel with the simplest way to exhibit the charm of space by using furniture and artworks as decorations was designed by Qin Yue-Ming as Chief Designer from Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant. Main materials are white latex paint, bamboo veneer, gray mirror, stone.
Shenzhen Seven-Star Bay Yacht Club – White Sail Hotel by Shenzhen Rongor Design & Consultant
“Where does leisure come from? Leisure resides in physical and mental relaxation and pleasure.
After fighting with the sea, reaching the summit of the mountain and conquering the longest road, you can enjoy your freedom and lazy time against the blue sky and blue water in the White Sail Hotel at the Seven-Star Bay Yacht Club, which is embraced by the mountain and the sea.
Therefore, our designs focus on how to make guests feel at ease and relaxed after taking exercises.
Retain the beauty of nature with the art of restraint.
The hotel is designed to enable guests to have a comfortable and relaxed experience through their vision, hearing, smell and touch. Firstly, we emphasize the transition between spaces and their scales to create a rhythm for the holistic space. Secondly, instead of complicated façade, we choose the simplest way to exhibit the charm of space by using furniture and artworks as decorations. Less is more, when guests stay in the hotel, they will feel away from the hustle and bustle of the city, retreat to the inner clarity and find their real selves.
Be elegant, free, smart and excellent.
With pure space as the backdrop and combining natural elements, we emphasize the truth and beauty of art and highlight the extraordinary display. We take ocean and marine sports as the theme for sculptures, artifacts and hanging pictures, which vitalizes the space with flexibility and freedom and echoes the sporty style of the hotel. The use of bamboo finishes, bamboo lamps, flower arrangement in Zen style, in conformity with the green, creates a touch of leisure and a touch of elegance.”
Photography by Jing Xu-Feng