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Hotel Éclat Beijing And Architect@work Beijing Announce Exclusive Partnership

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Hotel Éclat Beijing and Architect@Work Beijing have announced an exclusive hotel partnership for the forum which will run from the 5th-6th December, 2013. The partnership reflects the partners shared interest in promoting sustainable architecture and interior design. Hotel Éclat Beijing is a part of Parkview Green, an impressive glass and steel structure which was the first integrated commercial project in China to be awarded the LEED Green Building Rating System Platinum certification.

Hotel Éclat Beijing General Manager Wessel Krauss explained “We are delighted to be partnering with Architect@Work because this important industry event with its focus on cutting edge, environmental design reflects the values of Hotel Éclat Beijing. At Hotel Éclat Beijing we are focused on not only setting a new standard for hotels, but also for sustainable luxury which reflects the values of our guests.”

The 100-room and suites Hotel Éclat Beijing is nestled within two of the four tower capsules within Parkview Green which was designed by Winston Shu, Principal of Integrated Design Associates (IDA). The Hotel successfully breaks the mould of traditional hotel designs in terms of its use of space and interior design. As soon as guests step inside, they find themselves surrounded by iconic design fused with the largest private collection of contemporary art in China. Home to the largest private Dali art collection in China, artworks by many of China’s leading artists as well as emerging artists greet and intrigue guests on every floor of the property.

Hotel Éclat Beijing’s design ethic extends to stylish and quirky touches throughout the hotel and in the rooms, which are themselves a sublime statement of comfort and luxury. The spectacular glass structure affords excellent city views and creates a unique and environmentally friendly climate-controlled environment. This design makes possible 365-day-a-year summertime conditions in Deluxe Rooms, Deluxe with Terrace and Deluxe Suites with indoor private pools.

In-room features include Philippe Stark-designed desk chairs, a Panasonic massage chairs for full relaxation while enjoying 3D movies on 46” TV screens. Other room features include large Bang & Olufsen™ speakers with iPod docks, freshly brewed illy™ coffee and specially selected tea from Revolution™, and toiletries by Miller Harris of London.

Hotel Éclat Beijing benefits from Parkview Green’s use of innovative environmental technologies and appropriate building materials results in energy usage approx. 50% lower than that for other buildings similar in size. Both internally and externally, Parkview Green applies its environmental protection concept to every detail, primarily in its external appearance, with its ETFE film roofing and transparent glass wall and steel frame structure providing unique levels of energy conservation and environmental protection, and combining to form an independent micro climate and environment. This not only ensures that it is cool in summer and warm in winter, but also provides for optimised climate control system savings.

Internally, a stable internal micro-circulation system combined with the complex’s chilled water VAV systems and intelligent building management system (BMS) achieve energy usage savings of at least 60%, and as much as 80%. In addition, the development also features the widespread use of water-conservation systems, including not only electronic taps, water-saving sanitary ware, but also low-flow shower facilities; rain water is also filtered and recycled to provide green irrigation, thus improving water usage.

Parkview Green has also been awarded the 2010 MIPIM Asia Best Green Building Award, and the 2011 FuturArc Green Leadership award for a commercial building.

For more information and reservations, please visit www.eclathotels.com 


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