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From our perspective, space deconstruction highlights not only the skills to restructure blocks, surfaces, and lines but also the elaborate integration of nature, art, and life. Starting from external facades, we draw inspirations from water ripples. The water-centered culture launches and the cashier and reception desk takes elements relevant to the bronze mirror as the background.
Behind the tree in the hall stands a fusion screen. In this space, we turn to landscape for the construction of nature and the interaction with the outdoors.
As to building materials, we choose those tiles with a greater polishing effect, so that they can better overlay all the indoor light sources to construct rich spatial levels. We continue the theme of water, and thus use ripple-patterned stainless steel for the ceiling. In an immersive way, it seems as if customers were walking along the river of a long history.
Concerning soft outfits, we bring some ancient objects with the characteristics of local culture into full play to improve the historical and cultural atmosphere of the given space. Therefore, we use red with a strong visual impact as the essential color to make the display art more distinctive and vibrant. The tacit cooperation between lighting and artworks that strikes a chord with customers runs through the whole space. The stone drums handpicked from the ancient city, the eaves tiles on the storage wall, and the wax gourd-like beams in the Ewang-town Site, etc. all show the aesthetic form and artistic taste of the given space.
Inspired by the heatable brick bed in cave-dwelling, we use diatom oozes to decorate the walls of private rooms, because diatom ooze is a material that can bring a sense of cave dwelling-based familiarity to local people and expose tired tourists from other places to a different cultural experience.
Architecture - Residential High-Rise
MAUDEA Design (Shanghai) Interior Architects Ltd.
Interior Design - Commercial
Lars Gitz Architects
Architecture - Conceptual