luxury shipping container hotel in china luxury shipping container hotel in china
dec 02, 2012

luxury shipping container hotel in china

‘Xiang Xiang Pray House’ by beijing tonghe shanzhi landscape design, xhanxi province, chinaall images courtesy of beijing tonghe shanzhi

 

 

we continue our reportage of shipping containers and their use in architecture, where they have been increasingly applied in the use of hotel accommodations. following the previously covered bed and breakfast in majorca by espai fly, the ‘xiang xiang pray house’ located in the ruralvillage of nan dazhan cun and designed by chinese firm tonghe shanzhi landscape design provides another high-quality facility in a vastly different environment spanning 5000 m2 using similar building methods. consisting of a compilation of 35 individual shipping containers, the five star hotel benefits from the advantages of using the prefabricated modules, saving 60% of water and concrete in the construction, producing only 30% of the normal waste, and is painted in environmental water paint. the lodge contains 21 individual rooms with a choice of either a 20-foot or 40-foot container, along with a lobby, restaurant, event space and patio areas where tea ceremonies are held with live traditional chinese music.

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinaindividual containers are placed on site, conected by paved walkways

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinaintegrated decorations in the container walls

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinaa double bed room  in a standard shipping container size

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinarestaurant and bar made from two fused containers

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinaevent space used to hold tea ceremonies

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel china

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinalobby

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel chinawindows cut into the metal walls of the containers

 

 

luxury shipping container hotel china

  • Luxury?

    That girl looks so bored.

    Matt says:
  • Commodity living at its finest.

    JimCan says:
  • thumbs up

    pluck says:
  • it a hotel… not a commercial apartment building you are not going to live there..
    I would stay a night or so to see what is like.. and this is how this hotel will make money.

    pluck says:
  • Brilliant

    Gpanderson says:

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