The Opposite House is located in the center of Beijing, China. Over its design worked with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. Bright building attracts attention to itself, and I want to find out what lies behind the glass walls of the emerald color. Inside, it offers a pleasant discovery in the form of a relaxing interior with plenty of wood elements. Replaced infectious energy come privacy and comfort.
The hotel offers on-site entertainment and shopping complex and is a combination of tradition and modernity. Guests are 98 rooms ranging from 45 to 115 square meters, as well as a luxurious two-storey penthouse with rooftop terrace. All rooms have an open floor plan and panoramic Windows let in plenty of natural light. The rooms are decorated in a minimalist style and promote rest and relaxation in the heart of the bustling metropolis. The lower floor of the hotel is a modern art gallery, where the works of top ten artists from different cities of the country. Moreover, five different bars and restaurants open to all comers. But perhaps the most distinctive element of the project is a 20-metre pool made from stainless steel with soft lighting.