China | 2020
The entrance of the facade is inspired by the villa Fallingwater of Frank Lloyd Wright. The silhouette of a modern oriental building combined with a stainless steel structure and a large glass curtain wall is reflected in the pool, presenting a quiet and elegant mood, making people feel the tranquility in the city In terms of spatial layout, it draws on the traditional Chinese three-in-one courtyard system, deconstructs and reorganizes it, and advances layer by layer in a semi-enclosed and transparent space. The designer uses the modern large curved surface modeling and metal grid to divide the space. The vision is separated but not divided, which makes the internal and external space transition naturally and endows the space with a sense of ceremony. The abstract painting in the lobby area used traditional Chinese red, calming the atmosphere, and injecting fresh colors into the space. This is a highlight of the space. The color of the space is mainly black, white and bronze gold, together with wood finish materials, making the whole space simple and elegant. The charm of the new Chinese style is the exquisite carving, complicated and gorgeous decoration; it is the Peach Blossom Land in the heart, which is imbued with the eternal elegance, and it is the relaxation and moral integration of Chinese and Western culture.
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Doyle Collection Co. Ltd.