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Building on Kengo Kuma’s iconic architecture, Kokaistudios’ recently reconfigured events area on LG Floor – Commune – for The Opposite House in Beijing combines elements of traditional Chinese architecture with inbuilt flexibility. Comprising a main space and connecting corridor, cleverly concealed sliding doors mean the lower ground level venue can be configured in multiple ways. A neutral backdrop for events of all kinds, a palpable garden motif nonetheless runs throughout the space, drawing connections with the hotel’s celebrated design legacy as well as the sunken courtyard garden in its immediate vicinity.

Project Information

Project name: Commune at The Opposite House

Location: Beijing, China

Interior Area: 756sqm

Sunken Garden Area: 327sqm

Date of completion: July, 2020

Client: The Opposite House

Interior Design: Kokaistudios

Chief Designers: Andrea Destefanis, Filippo Gabbiani

Design Managers (alphabetical order by last name): Chang Qing, Ada Sun, Suzy Zhang

Design Team (alphabetical order by last name): Vivian Fang, Alex Jiang, Senny Wong

Photography: Dirk Weiblen

Text: Frances Arnold

Media Contact: Jacqueline Chiang


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