Park Hyatt Shanghai

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design by Tony Chi & Associates
July 07,2019

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– BASIC DATA –

Project Name Park Hyatt Shanghai
Year of Project 2008
Project Type Hotel Design
Country China
Design Style Authentic, Chinese, Contemporary, Cultual, Modern

– DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT –

  • Tony Chi designed this hotel in 2009
  • Located at 79th to 93rd floor of Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) in Pudong area
  • 174 rooms and suits
  • It was the highest hotel when it’s opened
  • Views of the city skyline and Huangpu River from all the rooms
  • Serenity and Calmness by escaping from noise and crowds of bustling city – home away home
  • Standard rooms 55 to 60 sqm (592 to 646 sqf) with 3.1-meter (10-foot) high ceiling
  • Mixture of Western modern and traditional Chinese elements
  • Relaxing and meditation in the room – earth color tone interior, vertical wooden slats wall, double mirrored door closet, high ceiling, auto drapes, daybed for massage, spacious bathroom with monsoon showerli>
  • Spa “Water’s Edge” has beautiful infinity pool, which offers sky high view over the water.
  • Home concept restaurants – “Living Room”, “Dining Room”, “The Bar”, “Chef’s Table”, “100 Century Avenue Restaurant”, “Music Room”, “Shanghai Lounge.”

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– PARTNERS on THIS PROJECT-

Ownership Mori Buildings LTD.
Operator Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Lead Archtect Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)

– OTHER INFORMATION –

Address : 100 Century Avenue, Pudong
Shanghai, 200120
China
Reference Website: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/china/park-hyatt-shanghai/shaph
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Park Hyatt Shanghai

– DESIGNER INFORMATION-

– DESIGNER –
Tony Chi founded his studio,Tony Chi & Associates, in NY back in 1984.
He has started with interior design for restaurants, and later he expanded his work to hotel designs.

He has strong focus on the essence of the hospitality space – how the interior design influence people behavior and emotion, and what guests essentially seeking for in that space.
And his work is highly considered in the heritage, hospitality, artistry, culture, innovation, and origins.

His concept, “invisible design” ……

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