This park in the city of Tonglu, Zhejiang province, China was based on creating a timeless sense of place. The design creates vistas to both the adjacent town and nearby hills while organizing the hotel buildings and condominiums into a structured setting. The street trees and axial corridors let the breeze and sunlight filter throughout. The project incorporates advanced environmentally sensitive and sustainable design features which will have a positive effect on the overall surrounding landscape.
Located in Tonglu China, the site of the Legend Hotel overlooks the beautiful Fu Chun River.
Lavish gardens provide a beautiful setting for the cutting edge architecture, while also connecting the private hotels ground to the newly revitalized public waterfront. Guests can enjoy a stroll through the hotel grounds, marveling at sculptures in the riverside plaza or simply enjoying a view to the pristine Fu Chun River by the grand infinity pool. With it's sprawling gardens, luxurious spas & 5 star dining; the Legend Hotel is truly a world class destination.
"The Meeting Room", the new park installation in Queen Ann Square was commissioned by the Newport Restoration Foundation and designed by artist Maya Lin in collaboration with landscape architect Edwina Von Gal and Nick Benson of the John Stevens Shop. The title of which conveys the intent: to create spaces that invite a spirit of gathering and community and to provide a place of quiet imagination in the midst of the city. The park design centers on three stacked stone foundations, which represent actual locations and footprints of buildings which existed on the site during three different centuries: 1777, 1876 and 1907.