richard meier architects: tianjin hotel
apr 03, 2010
richard meier architects: tianjin hotel


‘tianjin hotel’

‘tianjin hotel’ is a luxury hotel developed by american firm richard meier architects on
an island site in china within tianjin shining star group’s development also known
as
‘the world’. production of this proposed design is set to finish in 2012.


‘tianjin hotel’

the guest suites are located in two complimentary volumes, an east wing
and a west wing,
forming an exterior which stretches across the island. a
soaring 18 meter high top lit atrium
connects the two volumes, thus, creating an
interplay of light and shadow. a restaurant,
private dining suite, bar,
library, business center and rooftop terrace are included in the
program as is a gallery for special events overlooking the gardens and the
waterfront.


‘tianjin hotel’

situated at the west end of the island and linked to the guest suites by
a covered bridge
is the spa and fitness center, which includes treatment rooms, a lounge
and a 25 meter
long pool covered by a skylight roof.


‘tianjin hotel’


interior suite


sectional view front

sectional view back


side sectional view

side sectional view


site plan

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