Merit: Lodging | Hong Kong | BCI Asia Interior Design Awards 2019
Otto Hotel is a boutique hotel with 56 guestrooms situated in the central of Tsim Sha Tsui, the city’s centre for shopping, culture and food.
Staggered lines pointing various directions were one of the core elements for the project design. The geometrical patterns were repeated throughout the hotel for walls, flooring and counters which resembled the unity and cohesiveness of the city.
Bedrooms were taken full advantage of natural light that, combined with the light-toned wallpaper, oak veneer siding, and bed line made the bedroom more spacious than the room size of 20 square meters. The oak tile flooring paired with the oak pattern on the wall brought out the consistency and simplicity which unify all the guestrooms.
In the bathroom, the industrial style could be found through materials used and the bathroom equipment. The grey natural stone wall bathrooms brought out a rustic appeal and yet luxurious at the same time.
The lobby located on the third floor, the use of geometric patterns on flooring, counters and the feature walls combined with the large glass folding door as a divider between the lobby and balcony create an abundant communal space.
When one element of the design was repeated throughout an entire interior space, it provided a relaxing feel and comfortable experience to the travellers.
Project Name: Otto Hotel
Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Completion Date: 2018
Number of Room/Units: 56
Client: The Otto Hotel
Architecture Firm: Clement Cheng
Principal Architect: Clement Cheng
Interior Design Firm: SOMETHINK
Principal Designer: SOMETHINK, Clement Cheng
Interior Fit-Out Contractor: CYC Chun Yiu Decoration Ltd
Images: Otto Hotel; Clement Cheng, SOMETHINK