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As approaching this project, the designers extracted the humanistic elements and aesthetic characteristics of Hui-style architecture and meanwhile incorporated modern minimalism, thereby creating a space that integrates traditional and modern charm.
The reception foyer is finished in simple tones, and lines of different sizes intersect, outlining a progressive rhythm of the spatial scene. The front desk draws inspiration from Hui-style architecture. Textures of the desk are like eroded dark blue tiles over time, and the color alteration resembles ink painting, reminding people of the soft and misty rain in South China.
Thousands of lines fall down, forming a steed-like art installation, which is combined with lighting design. The "steed", transparent and blend with the wall, looks like it is about to prance and neigh. This visual highlight makes the space more dynamic.
The property models area extends the color alteration elements, with undulating but neat squares above it. Through the overlapping lighting and soft color, visitors seem to be able to glimpse rows of quadrangle houses in Huizhou.
The lighting design of the water bar is unique. Transparent crystal balls reflect the whole space, like micro landscapes hanging in the air. The symmetrically placed art installations silently narrate Southern China's civilization.
The whole reception area is set in a simple but elegant tone. Large glass curtain walls bring in ample daylight and improve the transparency of the space. Textures and forms of furnishings fit well with the space, creating a bright and light atmosphere.
The line and arc elements in the VIP negotiation area are interwoven with one another, creating the visual focus of diamond shape. The modern minimalist atmosphere is shown naturally.
The floor lamps are crystal with two ends being linked to the wall, generating a warm and cozy atmosphere. A large eye-catching painting unfolds on the wall, reminding visitors of the traditional red palace walls and old times. The contrast of colors and subtle arrangement of decorations leave enough space for imagination and emotions.
QING JING LIN Co., Ltd
Architecture - Conceptual