It has one of the most dramatic hotel swimming pools in China. And it's one of Hong Kong's top twenty hotels.
One thing about The Forum is that it is a sharp-edged glass cube balanced a precarious 15½ degrees on one corner like a backgammon die about to settle.
The plan of the nine-storey building is an extended and bent V shape with the core close to the base of the V in response to the shape of the site and the desire to allow landscape to flow under the building.
It is this orderliness which makes the tumbling of the staircase enclosure more transgressive. It is expressive not only of falling water but of the idea of evanescence, collapsing elements, the building as shambles.