​ Future Hotel for Curio by Hilton in Chongqing, China, progressing well on site

Chapman Taylor won a competition to design Future Hotel, a smart hotel for the Curio by Hilton brand. Construction at the site, in Chongqing, China, is progressing well, with the project aiming to complete in seven to eight months.

This future-orientated hotel blends beautiful nature with cutting-edge technology. The 50,000m² site is at the core of Lijia Smart Experience Park, with Baiyun Mountain to the north, Baiyun Lake Park to the south and the historic Baiyunzhai forest region to the southwest. The hillside guest buildings will be visually discreet, forming an undulating architectural skyline which will complement the mountain ridge and ensure uninterrupted views from the lake to the mountain. Buildings will be arranged on stepped terraces following the line of the terrain, which will maximise visual access to the beautiful scenery to achieve a sense of nature fully interacting with the buildings.

The development, which will serve business and conference guests as well as tourists, will provide visitors with a personalised experience and a smart, efficient and healthy environment. There will be beautifully landscaped common areas for events and socialising, with interactive art installations and an entrance plaza. An automated check-in service will use AI facial recognition technology, while a virtual "butler" will be assigned to the guest after check-in, recording guests' preferences and guiding them to an automated shuttle to the rooms.

Facilities will include a banquet hall, a conference centre, a fitness centre, an art-themed, all-day dining restaurant, a Chinese restaurant and private hillside courtyard suites for VIPs. The scheme’s entrance plaza will include a calm reflection pool, accentuating the simplicity and transparency of the lobby and banquet space to render an intimate and tranquil arrival experience.

This future-orientated hotel blends beautiful nature with cutting-edge technology. The 50,000m² site is at the core of Lijia Smart Experience Park, with Baiyun Mountain to the north, Baiyun Lake Park to the south and the historic Baiyunzhai forest region to the southwest. The hillside guest buildings will be visually discreet, forming an undulating architectural skyline which will complement the mountain ridge and ensure uninterrupted views from the lake to the mountain. Buildings will be arranged on stepped terraces following the line of the terrain, which will maximise visual access to the beautiful scenery to achieve a sense of nature fully interacting with the buildings.

The development, which will serve business and conference guests as well as tourists, will provide visitors with a personalised experience and a smart, efficient and healthy environment. There will be beautifully landscaped common areas for events and socialising, with interactive art installations and an entrance plaza. An automated check-in service will use AI facial recognition technology, while a virtual "butler" will be assigned to the guest after check-in, recording guests' preferences and guiding them to an automated shuttle to the rooms.

Facilities will include a banquet hall, a conference centre, a fitness centre, an art-themed, all-day dining restaurant, a Chinese restaurant and private hillside courtyard suites for VIPs. The scheme’s entrance plaza will include a calm reflection pool, accentuating the simplicity and transparency of the lobby and banquet space to render an intimate and tranquil arrival experience.

Facilities will include a banquet hall, a conference centre, a fitness centre, an art-themed, all-day dining restaurant, a Chinese restaurant and private hillside courtyard suites for VIPs. The scheme’s entrance plaza will include a calm reflection pool, accentuating the simplicity and transparency of the lobby and banquet space to render an intimate and tranquil arrival experience.

Johnny Jiang (M.Arch M.D.A (Master of Design Arts))

董事, 上海

Johnny Jiang recently joined Chapman Taylor’s Shanghai studio as a Director in November 2018. He has considerable experience in architectural design in both Germany and China and has led and participated in many important large-scale urban design projects, including both architectural and interior design.

Johnny has plays a leading role on some of the Shanghai studio’s most significant urban design projects, and is skilled at combining innovative concepts with the requirements of China's market and the local context. Johnny’s leadership during the construction process, and his strict control of project quality, have been widely praised by clients and partners.

Areas of expertise:

Architecture / Interior Design / Urban Design / Masterplanning / Mixed-Use

Enran Zhang (BA MA)

Architect, 上海

Enran received her Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) degree (ARB/RIBA Part I) at the University of Nottingham, and her Master of Architecture degree (ARB/RIBA Part II) at the University of Manchester.

Having worked in London and Shanghai for two years on prestigious Central London and Chinese mixed-use projects, she joined Chapman Taylor’s Shanghai studio in November 2018. Enran is also Honorary Secretary of the RIBA China Chapter.

Enran has strong conceptual design skills and expertise in parametric design. Within the Shanghai studio, Enran has participated in multiple high-profile architectural and masterplanning projects. She is currently the Project Coordinator for the Curio Chongqing Future Hotel, which will open in 2023.

Areas of expertise: Concept Design / Design Development / Parametric Design / Mixed-Use / Project Coordination

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