The   featured   material   on   its   overall   design   resembles   the   nylon   fabric   covered bamboo   system,   that   has   obtained   the   sense   of   weightlessness,   the   continuity   of the   surrounding   elements,   yet   retaining   the   sense   of   security   and   privacy   of   a hotel. Panel   orientation   has   another   purpose   as   well,   it   is   the   solution   to   the   hotel's essential   need   of   providing   absolute   privacy   between   rooms.   Angle   projections were    the    key    element    to    achieve    this    certain    objective,    given    that    each    one complies   with   its   own   needed   limit   of   view.   Thus,   sacrificing   comforts   of   users   was not necessary on achieving the desired unique form of the design. In   regards   to   the   interior,   the   harmony   of   panels   do   not   solely   become   of   an aesthetic    use,    but    providing    sense    of    deconstruction    ---    which    reflects    the characteristics   of   the   company's   design   ---   gives   the   same   known   impression   of bamboo   scaffolding,   its   stability   concerns.   Although   with   the   design’s   system   of interconnectivity, the structural concept was made feasible.
Bamboo,   on   its   natural   state,   could   withstand   nature's   mood   swings   and   so   often mistakenly   described   as   a   type   of   tree,   rather   of   what   it   truly   is,   as   part   of   the   grass family.   In   Hong   Kong,   besides   its   low   cost,   most   of   the   time,   bamboo   is   appreciated by   its   strength   and   lightness   of   weight.   These   characteristics   somehow   are   similarly essential to architecture and construction.
Hotel M
2400 sqm 23,940 sqm Level 1 to Level 13 65m Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Concept
Project : Hotel Renovation Site Area :             Total Building Area :       Floors:                           Height :                          Location :                           Status :                          
Sky   scrapping   towers   has   long   been   the   crowd   of   Hong   Kong's   skyline.   Somehow, the   country's   architecture   and   construction   character   was   shaped,   not   merely   by   a specific   tower,   nor   by   indigenous   material   applied.   But   what   makes   Hong   Kong construction    unique    globally,    is    it's    being    one    of    the    last    frontier    of    bamboo scaffolding.   Behind   the   scenes   of   raising   these   giants,   it   is   still   the   old   school   webs of   bamboo   safely   carrying   Hong   Kong's   skyline   crafters.   This   valued,   raw   material of   nature,   has   inspired   TheeAe    architects,   to   come   up   with   a   design   that   would   be able to tell this story to its locals, as much as to guests of Hong Kong.
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Hotel M
The    featured    material    on    its    overall design    resembles    the    nylon    fabric covered    bamboo    system,    that    has obtained            the            sense            of weightlessness,   the   continuity   of   the surrounding    elements,    yet    retaining the   sense   of   security   and   privacy   of   a hotel. Panel       orientation       has       another purpose   as   well,   it   is   the   solution   to the       hotel's       essential       need       of providing    absolute    privacy    between rooms.    Angle    projections    were    the key    element    to    achieve    this    certain objective,      given      that      each      one complies   with   its   own   needed   limit   of view.    Thus,    sacrificing    comforts    of users   was   not   necessary   on   achieving the     desired     unique     form     of     the design. In      regards      to      the      interior,      the harmony     of     panels     do     not     solely become     of     an     aesthetic     use,     but providing   sense   of   deconstruction   --- which    reflects    the    characteristics    of the    company's    design    ---    gives    the same   known   impression   of   bamboo scaffolding,     its     stability     concerns. Although   with   the   design’s   system   of interconnectivity,         the         structural concept was made feasible.
Bamboo,    on    its    natural    state,    could withstand   nature's   mood   swings   and so    often    mistakenly    described    as    a type   of   tree,   rather   of   what   it   truly   is, as   part   of   the   grass   family.   In   Hong Kong,    besides    its    low    cost,    most    of the   time,   bamboo   is   appreciated   by its   strength   and   lightness   of   weight. These    characteristics    somehow    are similarly   essential   to   architecture   and construction.
2400 sqm 23,940 sqm Level 1 to Level 13 65m Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Concept
Project : Hotel Renovation Site Area :             Total Building Area :       Floors:                           Height :                          Location :                           Status :                          
Sky   scrapping   towers   has   long   been the    crowd    of    Hong    Kong's    skyline. Somehow,   the   country's   architecture and      construction      character      was shaped,    not    merely    by    a    specific tower,    nor    by    indigenous    material applied.   But   what   makes   Hong   Kong construction    unique    globally,    is    it's being    one    of    the    last    frontier    of bamboo      scaffolding.      Behind      the scenes    of    raising    these    giants,    it    is still   the   old   school   webs   of   bamboo safely    carrying    Hong    Kong's    skyline crafters.   This   valued,   raw   material   of nature,        has        inspired        TheeAe   architects,   to   come   up   with   a   design that   would   be   able   to   tell   this   story   to its    locals,    as    much    as    to    guests    of Hong Kong.
© 2017 by TheeAe Architecture & Interior Design
Contact us for any inquires on our projects and services. info@theeae.com | Tel +852.2976.4543