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Chunyue Xingchen is located on the banks of the Shangtang River in the old city of Hangzhou. As a subtle node of the complex urban renewal system in the old city of Hangzhou, ZS Design continues the Song Dynasty rhythm. Embedded in the texture of the city, and thereby enhance the humanistic spirit, place value and artistic vitality of the neighborhood. Chunyue Xingchen was originally an old reformed area, limited to the inherent site environment around it, messy, old and unclear interface became its primary problem to solve. The flow line, pedestrian space and visual relationship interwoven with the city's main avenues have always been the focus of ZS Design. Taking advantage of the favorable conditions of retreating from the sidewalk in the building body, a wall blocks the normal visual interference, and combines with the high and low soft and hard interfaces of the landscape, and at the same time forms a far-reaching path of twists and turns, thus creating a stimulating effect. A curious, hidden retreat. With the transformation of the field, from the noise of the street to the inner tranquility, from the dynamic area to the quiet area, the history of the old city feels a place with a contemporary art quality, the project is pre-launched with the help of the reasonable landscape. There are wonderful physical effects. Between the parking area of the project and the passage of visitors, the actual scattered entities are compounded, and a "water spring" is placed, and the water is flowing, triggering a profound artistic conception with dynamic sounds. In addition to the known objective function and purpose-oriented problem solving, design should pay more attention to the shaping of emotion, context and atmosphere. The historical appearance and site memory have a unique charm for the city. It coexists with the past and also inspires the present and the future. As for the deeper connotation of site discussion, it should be a working method of building, landscape or open space, which can make it have a more friendly and harmonious relationship with the regional environment in which it is located.