Yan’an Holy Valley Hotel

  • Prize
    Winner in Interior Design Resort – Economy
  • Company/Firm
    Tina Wong Interior Design
  • Lead Designer
    Tina Wong

Since the change of space function brings about the change in space requirement, the design should satisfy the primary living needs and create different themes for different room types. The independent rooms need to be changed into living space that is different from the dwelling in daily life. Secondly, it is the processing of spatial scale. The transparent space brings new possibilities for scale creation. Creating a hospitality place with scale changes is a rethinking of bodyness. Thirdly, it is the limitation of spatial behavior. Creating a dramatic contrast to daily life requires defining human behavior in the space, the design needs to create a space that is both congregated and separated, allowing new and unpredictable behaviors to emerge spontaneously.

The three themes of the rooms are Rhyme of Dan, Garden Wandering, and Half Hidden. In addition to the volume, it is a walking space. The living room, corridors, and bedrooms are independent and connected, which meets the basic needs of the homestay. At the same time, more public spaces are being released.