Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) has completed the Rosewood Hotel in Hong Kong. The Rosewood Tower anchors the redeveloped Victoria Dockside, Hong Kong’s new creative and cultural hub, also designed by KPF, alongside Victoria Harbor’s waterfront at the tip of Kowloon Peninsula.
The landmark tower’s stepped, irregular massing expresses its multiple programmatic divisions while maintaining a cohesive exterior language. Stone piers communicate the tower’s verticality, while panoramic glass insets offer unobstructed views of Victoria Harbor, Hong Kong, and Kowloon Peak. The 65-story tower comprises hotel accommodations, serviced residences and boutique office space. Interiors were designed by Tony Chi.
This isn’t the first Rosewood KPF has designed. The firm is also working on the nearly complete Rosewood Bangkok. Other notable projects include The Royal Atlantis in Dubai, the Qiantan Center in Shanghai and One Crown Place in London.
Photo: Courtesy of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates