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Cruise City

Drawing inspiration from the architectural forms and interesting natural environments, with the sea as the foundation, the river as the body, the boat as the shape, and the waves as the pattern, the design has found the best way of expression between the macro and the micro. The design pays attention to the spirit of the site, and the regional elements are incorporated through the design techniques of borrowing and matching the scenery throughout the entire project, from the local construction and materials to the integration of the community.

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Changdao One

The project is located on the lakeside, surrounded by gentle slopes, green areas and forests. However, the original site is long and narrow. After digging into the site characteristics and deeply discussing the situation, use the smooth curve to reverse the disadvantages of the space as an advantage, combined with the pure white wall to interpret the rich sensory experience under different turning spaces, and a dance journey into the depths of the canyon has started.

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Rizhao Bailuwan Cherry Blossom Town

The client proposed to bring a natural but artistic atmosphere to the site. The project respects the original natural mountain atmosphere and the essence of the courtyard. It features three elements: The design of a pure cherry courtyard, elevated in the sky. A base of emerging curved textured walls made from local granite boulders form a strong image and blur the boundary of vertical wall and horizontal path. Winding roads covered in cherry blossom petals complete the impression of the forest valley.

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Guiyang New Community Park

The project provides a novel solution for the community park in Guiyang, China. A resilient design with a minimum of intervention that respects the site and highlights the local karst geography and former land use. As a result, the community park successfully integrates a program of leisure activities for the public with the preservation of karst landscape formations on the one hand and a waterfront design to support the dynamic hydrological processes on the other.

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Art One

Art One makes the terrain varied according to the axis of the site, introduces surrounding natural resources, and forms a microclimate with a group of trees. An art gallery connects the spaces, and integrates fashionable hollow-carved elements and color blocks, enhancing the artistic sense of the site. It also implants four functional boxes around a green environment to create a wonderful experience space, both making the space more integrated, and better integrated with the theme.

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Times Mansion

When the designers first arrived at the site, they were enchanted by the goldenrain tree and camphor preserved there. They planned to reconstruct the site on the basis of preserving the original ecology. The overall design, such as space layout and flow line, kept away from the original trees; highlighted their values and gave them new lives. They strived to intervene in the site in a "humble" way and adapt to local conditions. They used trees to create a forest theater under the urban reinforced concrete.

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