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The difficult issue to think thoroughly and solve in this case is to provide emotional care for people and return to authentic needs through the experience space of the interior of the building, light and shadow, material texture and details. The designer, on the premise of respecting the architectural form and the objective environment, has combined the exquisite modern technique and the aesthetics of freehand brushwork to create an immersive dialogue situation in artistic space.
A romantic narrative lingering around the new moon unfolds. The moon is a metaphor, and it changes along with time. The radian of the building also seems to have gone through the passage of time with the moon, and the fluctuations offer an excellent experience of urban landscape, in which the boundaries between nature and city, between indoor and outdoor areas fade out or even disappear.
Walking in through the front hall, you’ll immediately feel the joy and the shock. On the arc wall leading right up to the ceiling, a few fish-like art installations seem to be leaping forward under the influence of the water waves projected by electronic images. While reversing the visual effect, it also enables visitors to spontaneously gain a quiet sense of detachment brought about by art. Fish and water exist together, and fancy dreams may come into the reality. Crystal spring flows on stones, the moon looks at the shadows on the earth, fishes play in shallow water, and ripples appear in layers, all of which make a free art space full of vitality.
The most difficult point of this case is that the building body in the shape of the crescent moon needs more supporting columns inside. Speaking on the whole, the integration of columns and the line and plane, and the free flow of the wall, ceiling and floor have granted excellent penetrability to the space. The reception desk and the water bar are connected into a curve, as if beach scarps along the winding lake shore.
Zhejiang Qingkun Architecture & Planning Design Co., Ltd.
Architecture - Best Aesthetics Design
Interior Design - Exhibits, Pavilions & Exhibitions