The Ovolo Southside Hotel located in the Wong Chuk Hang district of Hong Kong was designed by the architect Paul Kember from the KplusK Associates practice in a former warehouse that was important for the past of the area.
The hotel is filled with art installations and graffiti to remind the visitors of the former history of the region through the public spaces and the fourth floor is occupied by the CIRQLE restaurant with a blended cuisine and an industrial bistro-like ambiance.
Another area is the Lo Lounge which acts as a multipurpose venue with snacks or games. The G.I.G. is the zone you first see upon entrance and it has a video wall with a surface of 18 meters offering you a glimpse of what to expect inside.
The rooftop has a bar with the same street art seen below and the guests have the option of choosing one of six room types with most of them offering a panoramic view of the city.