广州星河湾酒店设计案例

2014-09-02

设 计 师:邱德光先生T.K.Chu

业    主:广州星河湾地产集团股份有限公司

主要建材玻璃喷砂、石材、木皮染色、银泊、不锈钢

面    积:酒店大堂1413平方米

酒店套房1:18平方米

酒店套房2:17平方米

座落位罝:广州


    广州星河湾酒店属于目前广州市最高档的顶级酒店,坐落于番禺大桥畔,饱览珠江的迷人景致,能轻松往返于广州的展览会场及各交通枢纽。酒店楼高20层,共有329套各式豪华客房。邱德光T.K.Chu再次展现他擅长的装饰设计手法,为其规划大堂、餐厅茶座与红酒雪茄吧,以及标准房,并以“生活时尚的精致奢华”为星河湾酒店主要设计内涵,在室内空间与布置上体现“现代、时尚、精致”的艺术风格。

    设计师邱德光T.K.Chu表示,他期待将一种充满现代气息的酒店精品文化带入顶级城市酒店中。透过融合Artdeco与现代巴洛克风格,更转化了中式的元素,强调酒店既现代又带中式审美的概念,细致的设计手法,贯彻整个酒店公共空间、餐厅与套房之中,以典雅又现代的装饰风格打造奢华的新典范。

    酒店的大堂长约64米,宽约27米,可容纳上千人,宏伟大堂中央被八根柱列环绕出环形挑高的大厅。大堂中央创造了如罗马万神殿的半圆穹顶及藻井天花,穹顶檐缘以金属圆饰环绕,对应着由高耸的穹顶天花垂钓而下的巨型水晶灯。两个楼层高的花岗石柱环列,营造空间开扬的视感,更助长大器四方的感觉。

    大厅里错落的浅棕色点缀橙色的沙发座簇拥围绕,搭配黑色茶几和植栽花卉分享空间里一种温馨私密感,一楼左侧设有花园茶座,其宽阔的天花板以穹顶的中央为圆心作弧形的放射状层层展开来,茶座里的座椅与天花相映成趣,天花层板间有着由计算机控制的LED灯沿着天花放射状的弧形形成一条条的光带,并随着音乐不段变换着绚丽多彩的颜色。

    当视线被楼梯扶手造型灯饰牵引,两侧弧形阶梯开展而上,精致的雕花金属杆件延伸上到二楼层成环绕二楼层的扶手。圆形的中心大地面以许多大涡卷做成重迭的弧形图腾呼应着天花。

    为了创造精致个性的都会居所,针对二楼义式餐厅与红酒雪茄吧,邱德光T.K.Chu在设计雪茄屋以现代机能为主体,满足多样化品味与时尚生活态度。当满室飘荡着雪茄阳性十足的味道,已经标明了这是一处私密的客室。雪茄屋不大,然而,有雪茄的地方必然有红酒。在有限的空间里,以一圆形玻璃酒柜为焦点,布满古典图腾纹饰的喷砂玻璃,以若隐若现的姿态,外围以半圆形凹凿的实木璧面、优雅奇特的实木柜、华贵内敛,泛着柔光的丝质沙发,皆呼应雪茄屋一种内敛稳重的特质。

    另外,义式餐厅的设计主轴则以表现华丽与冲突的双重美学,让整体空间布局不局限于硬件设计与色彩视觉。主要的精神意涵,在于透过特色相异的组件形塑出特殊氛围。透过多元材质与创意发想,重新开启古典华丽的当代样貌对话的可能性。整个空间利用大量古典图腾纹饰作用于喷砂玻璃与马赛克璧面,透过整间餐厅的局部镜面不锈钢的反射与框景,反复建构着时尚、现代、新古典的三项主题。透过这三项主题在空间中编织切适合意的元素,并使之协调并存,同时又制造出刻意反差的冲突美感,进而为空间延展出耐人寻味的深邃效果。

 

Chateau Star River Guangzhou

The luxurious, top of the class Galaxy Bay Hotel of Guangzhou is located near Fanyu Bridge with a magnificent view of Zhujiang River. Its convenience location easily connects patrons with Guangzhou Exhibition and all major transportation hobs. The 20 story building hosts 329 opulent suites. Once again, T.K. Chu expressed his decorative designing method by planning its grand hall, diner seating, red wine cigar bar, and standard suite. Identified with a "Fashion life and fine luxury" interior, the Galaxy Bay Hotel is a perfect illustration of the art of "Modern, Trendy, and Splendor".

Designer Chu's intension is to introduce a contemporary culture into superior urban hotels. This process includes blending of Art Decco, Baroque, and Chinese elements. It emphasize a progressive, yet traditional Chinese aesthetic concept. This detail oriented approach showcase a lavish standard with a classic yet avant-gard approach throughout all public facilities of the hotel.

Grand hall is measured 46m X 27m, with a capacity to hold over 1000 guests. Eight columns embrace and elevate the center of the grand hall. Capped by a Pantheon-isc dome of Rome, the ceiling space features a majestic chandelier complemented with metallic circular ornaments. The two story granite columns create a voluminous vision and a statuesque atmosphere.

An arrangement of couches in light sienna and orange occupy the grand hall space. In order to recreate a sense of coziness, they were complemented with an assortment of ebony coffee tables and plants. Garden tea booths are situated in the ground level and radiate outwards mirroring the patterns of the dome ceiling. A computer programmed LED system is installed into the ceiling and exhibits vibrant dances of lights.

A pair of curved staircases guides our focus towards the grand chandelier. These metallic hand railings of the staircases were carefully hand crafted and surround the entire second level. The central spiral designs on the floor echoes the designs of the ceiling.

As an effort to create an urban resident with personality, T.K. Chu chose to concentrate his efforts with the functions of our red wine and cigar bar while complemented with the Italian diner to satisfy the multiplicity of client taste and contemporary attitude. The thin aroma of cigar in the air clearly indicates this is a masculine and private quarter. Though the cigar quarter isn't spacious, it also hosts red wine. A circular wine cabinet becomes the focal point of this limited space. Opaque glass combined with solid wood surface, elegant cabinet, and silk sofa combined to reflect the stable and introvert nature of a cigar house.

Furthermore, designs on the Italian restaurant feature a mix of exquisite and incongruous characters. This opens up the space from architectural, visual, and color limitations. The intent is to create a unique atmosphere through incongruous objects; and to establish a conversation between classical grace and contemporary imagery through. This quarter is decorated with classical patterns on fogged glass and mosaic surface. The restaurants chrome stainless steel reflection and framed art constructs a fashionable, contemporary, neo-classical taste. Together, these three elements weave an intriguing balance with the deliberate conflicts among colors, styles, and expressions into infinite possibilities.