The Opposite House Hotel in Beijing is the Epitome of Modern Design

By: Chalaine Mantha - Published: Apr 14, 2011 • References: tablettalk &
The Opposite House hotel has been newly built in the diplomatic district of Beijing, China. The hotel was created by the famous architect Kengo Kuma and was designed by the Neri & Hu Design and Research Office. The name Opposite House is special because in Chinese it pertains to what Tablet Talk states is "the guest wing of a sìhéyuàn, Beijing’s distinctive four-sided courtyard homes."

The Opposite House hotel wants guests to feel calm and relaxed in this luxurious retreat. The outside of the hotel immediately looks intriguing with its bright green glass. As soon as you step inside you are greeted with an abundance of color in every direction; bright oranges, yellows, blue and purples fill the hotel with uplifting colors. Stats for Green Glass Hotels Trending: Older & Mild
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