Liuzhou, China is located on the banks of the winding Liu River. This clear and green river is one of the main navigable rivers that run.The long and curly shape of the Liu River is reminiscent of film rolls, which is one of the main elements in movie-making.
‘Rain flower pebble’ is a characteristic of Nanjing, China area. The pattern of the pebble is in a gradual change of color layers, and it creates such a rich color variation. This is also the reason why these pebbles have such a high collection and artistic value.
The designers use ‘square’ to convey this storyboard concept for this design. Squares can be presented in many different shapes and forms – they can be assembled neatly to form an orderly pattern, or create unique forms by various overlapping methods.
In this project, visitors are immersed in the large-scaled peaceful picture, where the senses are awakened by the visible world, and the feelings and images once ignored in life are represented here. It allows people to rediscover and feel life with a specific attitude or a special perspective.
The design of each tea space is tailored to different landscape environment. In the space design, the picture is left blank as far as possible, and the natural plants are used as embellishment, which embodies the concept of symbiosis between traditional and modern, human architecture and nature.
The highlight in this project is that the interior design fully respects and allows the original expression of the space. By cutting the image with lines, all the furnishings show the simplicity of nature through their materials and colors, with every bit of them reflecting detail quality and functional comfort.
The design present the characters of Heung-san, in a minimal and special French approach, subtly introducing contemporary aesthetics into this time-honored city. The encounter of old Heung-san and new Zhongshan is an earnest answer to hope for the future, driving the eternal exploration of urban mysteries by human kind.
106 Clubhouse is a place that promotes the recreational sport, creating a cosy environment to host cyclists and visitors. The attention to detail is clearly visible in every feature in the architecture and landscape design.
The space after tailoring was re-imagined. The space was presented separately in three areas: the entrance, reception, and work zone.Where the spatial textures of the color boundaries bring a sense of partitioning conflict to the users, creating a new salon space experience.
Located on the banks of the Huangpu River in Shanghai’s West Bund, Tank Shanghai transforms five abandoned aviation fuel tanks and their surroundings into a new type of contemporary art center.