Eagle Rock Cliffs, the hotel that follows the shapes of the landscape
Duoxiangjie Architectural Design designed the Eagle Rock Cliffs, offering a luxurious experience amidst nature, rivers and bamboo.
In central-southern China, more precisely in the county of Pingjiang, between rivers and hills covered with bamboo forests, the architecture studio Duoxiangjie Architectural Design designed the Eagle Rock Cliffs. This luxury hotel is part of a larger project, the Pingjiang Homey Wild Luxury Hotel, of which it represents the third phase.
Almost hidden in nature, the Eagle Rock Cliffs structure is divided into three different buildings, two for private housing and enclosed spaces and one for public events in the open.
The first, called Dinghui, is the tallest of the three and is positioned exactly on the crest of a small mountain, following its forms. It is a long and narrow building, with minimal and geometric shapes, which houses accommodation, a spa, and a tea room and ends with a swimming pool. The Dinghui’s unique location offers a 360° view of the surrounding landscape.
Thirty-five meters below is the Yanshang, an oval-like building. Inside, the rooms are arranged around a large central atrium, culminating in a small children’s pool on the roof. On the lower floor, there is a room for breakfast and lunch.
The last building, Ziyahui, is entirely dedicated to public events and events. Its circular structure, made entirely of wood, has seats on the sides and an empty space in the center, which serves as a stage.