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Cultural Poetry in Hotel Design

2023-03-31 01:33:12 [Light ]
Cultural Poetry in Hotel Design

In every region of the world, hotel culture has a long history. As early as the first century AD, a large hotel such as the "Sarouste Mansion" in Pompeii already existed, providing rest for passing travelers and providing customers with cooked food sales services. The hotel has rooms of different sizes, and even a garden with complete facilities. In the Yin and Shang period of our country about 3,500 years ago, the envoys who went to the capital to pay homage always measured their reverence for the monarch with their own feet. During the long journey, it was the post stations along the way that allowed them to take a short rest, thus creating the magnificent scene of the "Mogan Not to Come King" of the barbarians from all over the world. These inns also became the earliest prototype of the hotel. During the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period, Qin, Han and Tang Dynasties, after several times of prosperity and decline, private hotels gradually appeared and developed. Until the Song Dynasty, commerce exploded and prospered, and hotels such as "Lai Hotel" and "Tongwen Pavilion" that provided accommodation and catering, as well as hot showers, laid a solid foundation for the development of modern hotels in China. "Where are the flowers and flowers travel, and laugh into the Orchid wine shop". In the long history, the hotel has gradually developed from a humble foothold to a multi-functional commercial space integrating rest, catering, entertainment, cultural exchange and other functions. In the modern era of rapid economic and technological development, hotels that only provide basic requirements have long been unable to meet the needs of consumers. Only a hotel with distinctive features means having market competitiveness. Therefore, at the moment, hotel design is very important. The main reception objects of the hotel are "foreigners" and "travelers". This shows that high-quality hotel design needs to meet two points: one is to ensure that travelers get a full and comfortable rest during the journey, and the other is to show the regional culture that is different from other regions to a certain extent. The two hotel design cases shown below, through exquisite design, ensure the complete basic functional facilities of the hotel, and at the same time make poetry and culture flow in the space, and their design concepts have reference significance.

Natural mood of looking at the moon in the water

This resort hotel in Dali is inspired by the Tang Dynasty poet Yu Liangshi's "The Spring Mountain Night Moon": With the water moon in hand, the flowers are fragrant and full of clothes. Mr. Zong Baihua once pointed out in the book "Aesthetic Walk": "The subjective life mood and the objective natural scene blend and interpenetrate, and the spiritual realm of achievement is the 'mood' that constitutes the reason why art is art." The hotel in this case In the design, two common images of ancient poems, "moon" and "flowing water" were selected for landscaping, and then integrated into the unique natural beauty of Dali. "The bright moon decorates your window, and you decorate other people's dreams." Indoor and outdoor spaces form an echo. The design of the hotel has grasped the point of architectural functionality and poetry. One more point is full, and one less point is a loss.

Mysterious old hunting forest

This hotel is a converted old hunting estate in the natural setting of the Belgian Ardennes. Its design is inspired by 18th-century still life paintings depicting hunting scenes, backed by mountains and forests, and guides visitors through the subtleties of the long hunting culture in the local history. Here, you can see the shadow of hunting culture in every corner: whether it is the relief background wall depicting hunting scenes in the bar area, or the decorations based on the masks of the chiefs, or even the taxidermy integrated with the shape of the cabinet. When you are in this hotel, it seems as if there is a hunting painting of a primitive jungle unfolding in front of you. When you close your eyes, you can still hear the victorious cheers of the best hunters hundreds of years ago. To sum up, if the hotel design wants to grasp its "cultural character", the key lies in the integration of traditional characteristic culture and modern concept. The space should be fluid, not rigid; nor can it ignore the surrounding environment and create a "castle in the sky". What needs to be done is to combine the design concept with the local natural and cultural landscape, grasp every detail, and subtly show culture and poetry in every corner of the hotel.

(Responsible editor:photography skills)

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