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Design You Trust featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Times Mansion

When the designers first arrived at the site, they were enchanted by the goldenrain tree and camphor preserved there. They planned to reconstruct the site on the basis of preserving the original ecology. The overall design, such as space layout and flow line, kept away from the original trees; highlighted their values and gave them new lives. They strived to intervene in the site in a "humble" way and adapt to local conditions. They used trees to create a forest theater under the urban reinforced concrete.

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Lougang City

The project aims to design a new central business district for Huzhou. Its design is inspired and well integrated with local traditional ecological system. On the southern bank of taihu lake, The new internal lake provides quality waterfront public spaces. At the heart of the district, there are two pedestrian skywalks connecting the new railway station, the skyscraper and the exhibition park, while separating the vehicular traffic from pedestrians. The new urban environment is harmonized with nature, creating a balance between the urban developments and its landscape.

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Nine Court Mansion

The Nine-Court Mansion, a high-end eco-residence project in Chongqing, is meant to create a new life style of Oriental implication by incorporating the stable spirit of Oriental tradition, exploiting the modern Oriental artistic expression and upgrading the function of residential areas. By reference to the spatial layout method from the Imperial Palace, nine spaces are constructed and grouped into three steps of the home-returning ceremony which are Entering the Gate to Behold the Mansion, Enjoying the Scenery in the Courtyard and Resting the Soul at Home respectively.

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Landscape Design for Shaoxing

Inspired by an ancient verse that portrays the picturesque scenery of Shaoxing, the project takes "green mountain and clear water" as design concept. Instead of simply combining or simulating traditional symbols in Shaoxing, it draws on traditional Chinese landscaping and literary techniques such as "borrowing", "metaphorizing" and "analogy", to respond to local historical context and environment through abstract expressions. By incorporating local features and scenery of nearby Fushan Mountain, the project presents a picturesque, poetic landscape scene that echoes local mountains and water.

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City Fields

The project site is known as the Waterfront Rural Gallery, Leisure Vacation Paradise, and National Unity and Progress Demonstration Zone, and the city's unique characteristics are the inspiration for the design. The designer integrates natural spaces such as farmland, mountains, and water into the urban design of the high-speed rail station area, combining the needs of industrial development and the requirements of the comprehensive transportation hub construction. This concept of natural and urban integration has formed a distinct and easily recognizable image feature for the city.

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Shangri-la Shougang Park

Shangri-La Hotel is located at the core of Shougang Park. The original site was a power generation plant that provided energy for steel production. It has a total construction area of 63,600 square meters and has 283 guest rooms. The lighting of the entire hotel's indoor and outdoor spaces uses LED light sources, and the lighting scene changes with time. The designer uses warm color temperature lighting to create a comfortable light environment for the hotel space.

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