ARTTA Concept Studio have designed the interiors of Hotel Ease Access, a new hotel in Hong Kong, that’s located in what was once a commercial building.
Inspired by tea houses and nature, the hotel uses a mix of wood, shades of grey and white, and concrete for a neutral and calming atmosphere.
Simple furnishings have been used throughout, like in the lobby, where a simple sideboard has been used as a tea and coffee station.
Touches of nature have been included throughout the design, like the geometric hanging wall planters in the hallways.
Other natural touches include room signage that have some pebbles and moss in them.
Here’s a look at one of the hotel rooms. This room, suitable for four people, has a headboard that also doubles as a desk and bathroom vanity.
All of the hotel rooms feature sheer white curtains, which is a strong contrast to the black details used in the bathroom and the hotel room door.
Here’s a closer look at the black bathroom vanity that features a concrete countertop.
Photography by Peter Cheung