Grand Hyatt Changsha Hotel by LTW Designworks, Changsha – China

December 21st, 2017 by retail design blog

The design team pays homage to Changsha’s landscape and history through the hotel’s interior design. The expansive lobby showcases a striking red and white feature wall with dramatic vertical fins rendered in lacquered wave patterns. Bas relief motifs and floral compositions also draw guests into the space. Spacious guestrooms feature warm hues with thoughtful details such as white slotted panels inset with art blocks, glazed brick red tiling and floral carpeting.

Inspired by the city’s bustling local markets, the hotel’s all-day-dining restaurant makes use of double and triple-height volumes created to evoke drama. The Asian barbeque restaurant is designed with raised timber platforms and raw finished wall panels inset with oversized fish artwork to mimic river villages built on stilts along the Xiang River.

Design: LTW Designworks

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