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In this case of a modern minimalist landscape design, the design team creates an integrated business loop motion line in a limited space of 5,080 square meters, while managing to keep the privacy of the inner space from disturbances. Applying the space partition technique, it ensures transparency and soft transition, and fosters an independent atmosphere and emotional value. It puts aside concrete symbols and captures the most intuitive features of clouds: light, clean, floating, and transparent. By comparing the textures and color assortment of multiple materials, it catches the common characters between artificial materials and the natural environment in the above characteristics, and forges a quiet and light site in the spatial temperament.
The space, rectangular in the master plan, has a main entrance and a secondary entrance that are separated by a logo wall circled around by a waterscape. The gray and white colors are cleverly matched to make the space look simple and yet imposing, exhibiting high quality. Visitors may take a short rest in the space behind the logo wall, and enjoy a panoramic view of the area. While allowing people to take the load off their feet, the long gray marble benches complement the waterscape in front. Since the native trees are retained along the street in the site, the entrance is ingeniously designed to bypass the trees, which turns the linear motion line even richer and more rhythmic. A ground cover is paved upon the tree roots to beautify the scene, which furnishes a green screen for viewers looking from the building into the distance, with minimal ambient interference.
This area is slated for an interior commercial plaza in the future. The transparent boxes, now designed as a resting space in the demonstration stage, can be eventually diverted into commercial window displays to avoid waste of resources.
Architecture - Restoration & Renovation
Micro Principle Interior Design Studio (MPIDS)
Interior Design - Office