Alila Bangsar is a newly opened hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Located in a building that spans 42 stories, the hospitality establishment occupies the last eight. The business is "arranged around a rooftop pool." This feature is definitely enticing to vacationers. Moreover, the tower-like building, from which the hotel operates, allows guests to experience breathtaking views.
Chinese design studio Neri&Hu was the one tasked with developing the aesthetics of Alila Bangsar. Taking into consideration modern sensibilities and common desires for the presence of nature, the creative practice opted in to create a welcoming "urban oasis." As a result, Alila Bangsar enjoys an abundance of trees and structural opportunities for natural light. A recurring white concrete grid effortlessly complements both the natural elements, as well as the contemporary aesthetics of Alila Bangsar.