Linehouse designs Hong Kong lodge to evoke the consolation of dwelling

Shanghai-based inside studio Linehouse used pure supplies and a muted color palette to offer the Ying’nFlo lodge in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, the texture of an inviting dwelling.

The lodge occupies the rostrum of a 24-story tower on a hilly road in Hong Kong. Its floor flooring holds a collection of communal areas that Linehouse designed to supply “dwelling consolation” for visitors.

The bottom flooring contains a collection of rooms referencing dwelling rooms

The Collectors Room, which greets visitors on the entrance of the lodge, has a impartial palette of hand-rendered partitions, timber paneling, and linen cabinetry that show curated objects and artworks. A communal oak desk serves as a counter the place visitors can work together.

This room additionally connects to an outside terrace by way of sliding glazed doorways. Constructed-in bench seating and an olive tree sit on the centre of the terrace and invite visitors to chill out and socialise.

Ying'nFlo Hong Kong by Linehouse
A communal desk and outside bench invite visitors to socialize

A gridded timber display leads additional into the area by way of to the elevate foyer and the Arcade room, the place visitors can collect to chill out and play.

Mushy-rendered partitions, timber shutters and an eclectic mixture of furnishings create a way of intimacy, whereas flooring tiles in varied geometrical motifs add a way of playfulness.

Ying'nFlo Hong Kong by Linehouse
The Music Room options ceramic tiles

Adjoining to the Arcade is the Music Room, the social hub of the lodge. Right here, ceramic tiles, a bespoke oak shelving system, a customized couch and curated artwork and way of life objects have been added to evoke a way of a residential lounge.

The Music Room opens as much as the Backyard Terrace, the place undulating greenery sits behind round seating in yellow-striped cloth, a vibrant distinction to the general impartial color palette of the Ying’nFlo lodge.

Ying'nFlo Hong Kong by Linehouse
Yellow-striped cloth seating on the terrace provides playfulness

“The areas are designed to have a heat, welcoming and acquainted really feel,” Linehouse stated.

“Towards this backdrop of curated simplicity is an fringe of youthful perspective and native context, with vibrant parts giving the lodge its personal distinctive flavour.”

The visitor rooms of the Ying’nFlo lodge are situated on the higher flooring and have ceilings painted in a muted inexperienced hue, which the identical inexperienced tone used to border window seating nooks and for the hand-glazed tiles within the toilet and kitchen.

A clear palette of plaster, wooden, white-washed oak and canvas add texture to the rooms. Seating nooks and lounge furnishings serve a number of capabilities as areas the place visitors can work, chill out or dine.

Ying'nFlo Hong Kong by Linehouse
Muted inexperienced and collection of wooden furnishings create a heat feeling for the visitor rooms

Linehouse was based by Alex Mok and Briar Hickling in 2013 and the duo went on to win rising inside designer of the yr on the 2019 Dezeen Awards.

The studio has lately accomplished a Mediterranean restaurant with pure, tactile supplies, in addition to a space-themed cafe adorned with actual meteorites, each in Shanghai.

The pictures is by Jonathan Leijonhufvud.

Undertaking credit:

Design precept: Briar Hickling
Design group: Ricki-Lee Van Het Wout, Lara Daoud, Justin Cheung

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