Songjiang Hotel, Songjiang, Shanghai, China **Atkins has won an international design competition to design a five-star resort hotel set within a beautiful water-filled quarry in the Songjiang district close to Shanghai in China. Its stunning concept designs inspired by the natural water and landscape
Waterworld, Songjiang, China. This spectacular design by Atkin's Architecture Group deservedly won the first prize award last year in an international design competition. The 400-bed resort hotel features underwater public areas, guest rooms, cafes, and restaurants. The major attraction is the extreme sporting facilities including a luxurious swimming pool, rock climbing and bungee jumping.
songjiang quarry hotel/Waterworld hotel is located in lagoon in Songjiang, China. It was designed by Atkin’s Architecture Group, which won the first prize award of last year’s in an international design competition. The 400 bed resort hotel is uniquely constructed within the natural elements of the quarry. Underwater public areas and guest rooms add to the uniqueness, but the resort also boasts cafes, restaurants and sporting facilities. It also includes bungee jumping and rock climbing
recently won the first prize award for an international design competition with this stunning entry. Set in a spectacular water filled quarry in Songjiang, China, the 400 bed resort hotel is uniquely constructed within the natural elements of the quarry
Songjiang Hotel offers a whole new hotel experience for residents of Songjiang and for tourists of China. This five-star hotel is located in a water-filled quarry with natural water and landscaped features. The Atkins architects captured the attention of the public by combining world-class facilities into an environment-enclosed area.
The sheer rock face of an abandoned quarry in China is to be transformed into a spectacular hotel with its own waterfall. The Songjiang Hotel, a £345-million, five-star property, will cling to the walls of the quarry and overlook a sunken lake. From a walkway above the lake, guests will enter the complex via a naturally-lit atrium that the architects have said will incorporate the existing rock face, with the occasional waterfall and patches of vegetation.