Riverside Pearl

The design uses the existing topography of “water” and “dam” in the site to create a shoal shape with shocking impact force in the west of Bashan Mountain. Strengthening the natural context, and striving to form a secluded Southern painting scene by combing the terrain of the earth landscape and planting plants. The site construction of modern landscape improves the quality of the city, and finally creates a special space for Nanbu, which integrate the public leisure, image display and festival celebration.

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