Past and present meet in the utilization of materials such as rammed-earth walls to bring ancient Han culture into the design. An unexpected contemporary twist on historical architecture.
Guest journeys through the resort lit by lantern elements create a feeling of warmth, serenity and tranquility. Water features are thus dappled with soft light generating a gentle glow.
The pathways to tea and dining pavilions, to the lily pond, the boathouse or lake-front boardwalk are lushly framed pathways of landscaping. Lovely gardens and lookout points offer seclusion and meditation at one with nature.
The natural palate of the interiors continues the earth and nature them seamlessly from the exterior. Floor to ceiling glass keeps guests connected to the environment and the beauty of the site.