A lyrical concrete tale retold
Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat’s gridded brick walls, recycled gray roof tiles, slatted doors, and exposed concrete rely on sunlight to create a spellbinding visual language.
he rooms are awash in natural materials—a thoughtful blend of dark wood and stone where pastel chairs and white walls add the right touch of softness. Skylights allow for the ultimate communion with nature. An abandoned warehouse now houses a theater, an exhibition space, and a restaurant where guests dine on long, communal tables.
The palette of old Yangzhou architecture is reflected at Tsingpu through the patina of salvaged bricks and materials, and traditional Chinese architecture was a strong inspiration here.
In a sublime natural setting of lakes, guests can lose themselves to the timelessness of the land.