China   |  2021

MUSE Design Awards Gold Winner

Kaisa Riverside Paradise

Entrant Company

Nine Dimension Design

Category

Interior Design

Client's Name

Kaisa Southwest Group

Sub-Category

Showroom / Exhibit

The project, by using the modern artistic expression, drawing on natural landscape resources, and building on the original building and geographical environment, experiences the area, identifies the design basis in the representation, and arouse a resonance. The traffic flow in the whole space is connected with the design theme of "Phoenix", with an emphasis placed on the diversity of modern art and the use of natural elements to unfold the spatial story. The light dancing of phoenix turns into the lines above the reception desk in the lobby. The simple but modern design complements the relatively empty top space above the reception desk. Stepping onto the spiral art stairs, you will be attracted by the charming curves of the lounge. The sides are decorated with light and shadow in the forms of the phoenix tree leave, echoing the natural light above. The multiple artistic structures such as phoenix tree leaves, light and curves create an overall continuation of the space, presenting the phoenix hovering high in the sky to listen to the sound of the time and light. The chandelier in the exhibition area on the second floor simulates the magnificent momentum of a dancing phoenix, as if ready to soar on the top of the exhibition stand, thus creating infinite space tension.  The children's book bar adopts modern technology to integrate elements such as phoenix and phoenix tree leaves to increase an interactive effect. The dappled tree shadows cast by the lights are strewn in picturesque disorder, swaying and dancing, delivering to visitors a multi-dimensional space experience. Water bar cabinet uses turning stone surface and irregular metal, to cater to the irregular undulating shape of the top surface, and add spatial hierarchy. The negotiation area is hollowed out at the top with side glass to bring more light to the space. French windows offer a good view of the shadow of mountains and trees outside the windows, making the space more fun and artistic.

Credits

Photographer
404NF STUDIO
Chief Designer/Nine Dimension Design
Changjun Xiong
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