2022 | Professional

MUSE Design Awards Gold Winner

Jiuzhai-yunshang minshuku

Entrant Company

Yiting Guo

Category

Architectural Design - Rebirth Project

Client's Name

Yiting Guo

Country / Region

China

The prototype of the project is Shangsizhai Village, an Amdo village near Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic Area, Sichuan Province. The design team follows the concept of deconstruction, sums up architectural elements, including rough stone, natural wood, original soil and clean water from local-style dwellings of Kham Tibetan, Jiarong Tibetan and Amdo Tibetan, and applies original colors in accordance with Tibetan culture so as to present the Neo-Tibetan culture-embedded scenes and homestay design ideas.

The design team retains the appearance of traditional Tibetan architecture in terms of spatial design, and carries out reasonable renovation and reinforcement on the basis of the original structure, building elevation and spatial features of traditional Tibetan dwellings, therefore preserves the spatial form and cultural features of Tibetan architecture to the greatest extent.

Meanwhile, in order to highlight the characteristics of the project, the design team reconstructs the roof, exterior wall and floor. The exterior wall takes reference of the rough stone structure of the Qiang People, which is nice-looking and can protect the B&B from the cold. The hollow glass French window can ensure sufficient sunlight. The design team also employs retro anti-corrosive wood to reproduce the wooden tower pieces in Amdo dwellings, and enhances protection with an eight-layer structure. Moreover, the dark-colored wooden frame structure is employed to simulate the carbonized wood effect frequently appears in the Amdo dwellings. The natural wooden windows and wooden doors constitute a color combination of rough stone, natural wood and dark-colored carbonized wood, and form a neo-Tibetan architectural style with Tibetan painting on them.

For better combining the classic Tibetan culture and modern fashion, the design team utilizes another element "holy water" in Tibetan culture to create a scene where the soft water bears the profound Tibetan culture. Moreover, the integration of mountains and water, wood and stone forms an aesthetic feeling mixed with resolution, tenderness, roughness and delicacy, providing tourists with a tranquil, refreshing and paradise-like life experience.

Credits

Lead Designer
Yiting Guo
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