Our ten guestrooms are comleted by five creative individuals,
from conceptual design to construction.

Each designer's interpretation of life has been translated into spatial language reflected in every artifact as part of the guestrooms.

Shadow


Unnecessary decorative element has been eliminated, leaving the space with only the essentials; using recycled vintage elm, bamboo, rattan as well as other local natural materials, the designer aims at creating an introspective, rustic and ideological Utopia to call for reflection on the materialism, desire and obsession in our daily life.

Dream
Inspired by the works of M.C. Escher, the architect creates a mysterious, infinite and impossible space with the seamless transformation amongst 2D and 3D as well as Optical Illusion elements. Pale pink and white color palette render the interior space serene and surreally fresh, far from the chaos of mundane everyday life.
Maze

Inspired by the works of M.C. Escher, the architect creates a mysterious, infinite and impossible space with the seamless transformation amongst 2D and 3D as well as Optical Illusion elements. Forest Green and white color palette render the interior space serene and surreally fresh, far from the chaos of mundane everyday life.

Light


In the double-height space with pitched roof ceiling, the architect explores the relationship between living space and void through the application of materials, light and shadow.

Cloud


To explore the power and poetry of time, the designer brings several pieces of vintage furniture from the countryside into the room. With a little exquisiteness in the rustic, these old objects create a calm atmosphere for the guests to fully relax.

Ripple


Inspired by the Li River, the architect introduces a unique and dreamlike perspective into the room, re-imagining Li River's landscape from the underwater world during the fishing season.

Peace


The designer focuses on creating a quiet and tranquil space that echoes with the guest's inner spirit. Minimum forms and design elements taken from the natural world gently create a light and fluid space free from external distractions.

Structure


The designer integrates the concept of natural ecology into modern architecture. Steps and pebbles on the floor are used to separate different areas, in order to reduce the oppressive feeling from the partitions. Overall, the design delivers an interpretation of tranquility and elegance.

Secret


The design provides the guests with a safe harbor to occasionally hide from the bustling city and get lost in the world of nature. The room takes fully advantage of the space design   to clearly separate the private and public zones.

Innocence


The designer intends to achieve an unadorned but intimate design by using various authentic local elements and wood furniture. These artifacts collected from the local markets give the room rustic traces of local life.