Neri&Hu designs new events facilities at The Opposite House, Beijing

The Opposite House unveiled its new facilities, called “Bei Space,” located in the lower grounds of the hotel located in Beijing. Designed by Neri&Hu, the main event space was separated from its service areas and outside terrace areas with transparent walls of custom-made glass bricks that allow natural light to flow into the subterranean space. Overhead, pendant lights illuminate the main space.

Equipped with a movable projector, overhead screens and a new sound system, the 180-square-meter (1,959-square-foot) space can be adapted for any requirement.

Bei Space also offers a full catering service via onsite restaurants at The Opposite House. For events requiring multiple spaces, catering from both restaurants can also be requested for The Red Space, situated next to the hotel.

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