新与旧的糅融 | 尖微外滩酒店(The Jump Hotel at Bund)
The so-called "new" is not necessarily to find something new, but to adjust what is already there to make it more meaningful. Primitive and modern are intertwined, with time accumulated to create a rich spatial hierarchy.
尖微外滩酒店(The Jump Hotel at Bund)坐落在上海外滩及豫园旁，是一座仅有21间客房的四层精品酒店。
The Jump Hotel at Bund is a four-story boutique hotel with only 21 rooms next to the Shanghai Bund and Yu Garden.
The building itself was built by the Shanghai telegraph factory on the three storey building in 1940s. This inn boutique hotel is on the verge of Yu Garden, and is opposite to the center of the Bund, sparkling with bright lights. Muxin Design is based on the fusion and contrast of "new" and "old". Most of the original concrete structures are preserved and restored. A large number of exquisite terrazzo are added. The rough and delicate contrast seems to describe the Change of traditional telegraph industry and the modern information society. The transformation of the four-storey terrace of the original building not only resonates with the traditional and modern feelings of the old city dwellings, but also endows the building with a historical and local cultural background.
A corner of the front hall seen through the street window
Designers use recreating techniques for indoor and outdoor spaces, public and private spaces. Create a sense of freshness while respecting the original place, and make all the rooms are different. Let those who are tired of the city business hotel, eager to have a different space experience of the guests refreshing. At the same time, the guests in the public space have multiple experiences in the path from outdoors to guest rooms.
The unexpected spatial visual combination in the hotel corridor brings surprising elements, while putting the hotel guests in a state of curiosity, a unique spatial flavor of Shanghai brought by the visual corridor and diversified living experience.
▽ 时光走廊 Time corridor
The small boutique hotel as part of a walking city, it starts with a closed design. Customers' initial needs are simple. They want to control the budget, do not rebuild the façade to construct a simple hotel, but it's easy to make people remember the city… Because the site is located in the heart of the city and is close to the famous scenic spots of Bund and Yu Garden, they hope to have a unique boutique hotel.
▽ 霓虹灯与水泥柱的碰撞Collision between neon lamp and cement column
The design of this hotel adopts a respectful way of originality. Due to the existing public space constraints, designers hope to create different sequences and more space experience, irregular corridor lamp strip sequence weakened the twists and turns of the original space, and frame-like lamp strip arrangement is an intuitive experiment to enhance the curiosity of each inhabitant.
▽ 大床房 King-size bed room
Unlike ordinary hotel types, the lack of original natural lighting and ventilation makes us think more about how to increase room comfort and fun, especially in the layout of the room using different strategies. Some rooms use the "garden" concept; the bathtub is located in the center of the room so that every view can be balanced and beneficial, while the open bathroom gets good sunlight and outdoor fresh air. So as to create a sense of ventilation and a more breathing space.
▽ 商务房Business room
▽ 精致的一角Exquisite corner
▽ 标准间洗手间Standard room washroom
▽ 曲面洗手台Curved surface washing table
The color scheme is inspired by nature. Wood, terrazzo, exposed cement, workers mix the colors of terrazzo, mold and dry them at the project site. In the process of design and construction, we try to use renewable materials to reduce energy consumption, transport costs and pollution.
▽ 新与旧的材质碰撞 The collision between the old and the new material
项目名称：新与旧的糅融|尖微外滩酒店(The Jump Hotel at Bund)
设计日期：2016 年 11 月-2017 年 2 月
施工日期：2017 年 3 月-2017 年 5 月
Project Name: Combination between New and Old
Project location: Huangpu District, Shanghai
Project area: 680 square meters
Partner: Yves Zhang, Leo Sun
Designer: David Jiang, Shuhang Zhang
Photographer: Daqi Zhang
Design date: November 2016 – February 2017
Construction date: March 2017 - May 2017