Anji Erlu Resort is a quiet countryside retreat in Huzhou city, where mountains are covered by trees, grass, shrubs and bamboo.
With its entrance lower than the ground, the bottom floor of the building has an entrance disguised as a cave and contains three gray segments and two glass sections. The exterior on the upper floor have a different style of mild luxury.
The main materials of the building are old tempered stones, which underwent seven complex procedures to appear solid, candid and sophisticated.
This project has been longlisted in the hospitality building category of Dezeen Awards 2020.
Architect: Design Institute of Landscape and Architecture China
Project: Anji Erlu Resort
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