This cinema design drew inspiration from the refraction of sound waves during transmission. The design concept is carried out consistently throughout the interior and created this unprecedented design.
When designing this cinema, the designers recreate a virtual world of architecture – showing us a combination of real life and virtual elements. To reflect this concept in reality. The designers hope to create a real-life scene in a virtual world – just like the virtual world in the movies, creating buildings one by one.
The movies shown on theatre’s screen are images projected through light refraction from the projectors. Movies and light refraction are indispensable elements. Designers apply the concept of light and shadow in this Cinema thoroughly.
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.