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The Opposite House x Jamy Yang

The Opposite House, as part of The House Collective group of individually distinct properties, further enhances its positioning as a pioneer in design and art via an exclusive design installation. The award winning “Virtual Landscape” – by world-renowned designer Jamy Yang from September 19th to October 21st, 2018, coinciding with the House’s collaboration with Design China Beijing, happening during Beijing Design Week.

The Opposite House has joined hands with Design China Beijing, a new six-day design trade event which sees 30,000 influential architects, interior designers and design-savvy public engaging with conceptual installations from 80 leading international and domestic design brands and galleries. The Opposite House will be represented as a partner of the event, featuring its own distinct and much-loved design, highlighting the synergies between The House Collective and the world of design.

Toby Smith, Managing Director of Swire Hotels, comments, “With a core pillar of The House Collective being of art and design, there will be continuous collaboration with local, young and talented artist to create inspiring experiences across the houses. The Opposite House already has a rolling programme of curated art exhibitions – regularly updated – in its large-scale atrium designed by Kengo Kuma which is a key destination for design and art lovers.”

In this edition, Jamy Yang’s “Virtual Landscape” Teahouse recently won the prestigious German Red Dot Award (2018). The structure draws inspiration from Yang’s spacious concept of a Y-shaped design; the middle pillar has been substituted by a bamboo component, delineating a giant, surrealistic "Virtual Landscape" presentation. The “Virtual” in the name of “Virtual Landscape” points to elements of digital civilization: artificial, virtual, efficient and accurate. The thought-provoking installation is just one part of The Opposite House’s current ongoing transformation.


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