China | 2022
WJID integrates the impression of Hangzhou Canal and the sense of speed near the traffic hub into the design, and the space is full of flowing curve design language. The reception lobby art installation blends the ancient and modern sides of the city to create a space for visitors' first impression. The art installation is inspired by the moon printing in the three pools of west Lake. It has the shape of changing curves, and the ceiling space adopts curved cutting technology. The designer grabs the form of water flow, starts with the welcome place, carries on the extension, diffuses in the negotiation space, unfolds. The spiral staircase has a flowing form, softening the space and immersing people in the dynamic and changing atmosphere of the space. The combination of soft decoration divides the space into several relatively private small negotiation areas. Curves are used in different forms in space, which are perfectly combined. The space combines materials such as stone, leather, solid wood and metal to enhance the sense of science and technology of the space and cater to the overall curve shape. In the use of color, metal texture combined with the blue sky and white.
Lingbiao Technology Development Company Limited