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WTD纬图设计:嘉佰道位于成都城中央腹地东一环,其前身是阿玛尼艺术公寓,从建筑外立面到室内空间设计,均由乔治 · 阿玛尼先生亲自执笔。作为阿玛尼全球第二个住宅项目,曾声名赫赫后又几经波折,成为成都著名的烂尾楼项目,如今被宸嘉集团收入,重新对其建筑/景观/室内进行升级改造。

WTD:  Jiabaidao is located in the central area of Chengdu, China, on the eastern first ring road. Its predecessor was the Armani Art Apartments, with both the exterior facade and interior design personally penned by Mr. Giorgio Armani. As Armani’s second residential project globally, it had a prestigious reputation but faced several setbacks, becoming a famous unfinished building project in Chengdu. It is now owned by the Chenjia Group, which is undertaking upgrades and renovations to its architecture, landscape, and interior.


▽项目视频 Video

▽嘉佰道位于成都锦江区,是曾经著名的烂尾楼 Jiabai Road, located in Jinjiang District of Chengdu, was once a famous unfinished building



The architectural form consists of two towering “twin towers” that divide the space into a large central courtyard and five corner spaces. Being in the old city area, the unique architectural style highlights the contrast between the worn-out surroundings and the overly enclosed and oppressive perimeter. The division created by the architecture makes the space appear cramped and visually monotonous. The corner spaces are fragmented, lacking in functionality and experiential qualities. There is an excessive presence of rigid fire protection elements within the site, such as wind shafts and light wells, which disrupt the overall landscape.


▽改造前的空间狭小零碎,功能和体验性都较差 Before the transformation, the space is small and fragmentary, and the function and experience are poor

▽改造之后的景观空间 Landscape space after transformation



Based on the current situation, in the process of generating the overall spatial logic, our first consideration is how to break away from the old urban atmosphere surrounding the project and enter a space that is completely different from the outside, immersive, naturally tranquil, and full of artistic temperament. Secondly, we need to use landscape techniques to soften the rigid fire protection elements and transform them into part of the landscape. This will help maximize circulation routes and sightlines in the narrow space and create a landscape with rich layers. These are the two major challenges faced in the design.




The inspiration for the architectural facade comes from the Chinese orchid imagery: “The orchid thrives in the forest, radiating its fragrance even when no one is around.” The landscape continues the language of the architecture, using the orchid as a symbol. Its vertical expansion and lush horizontal spread form the design concept, connecting the architecture and the landscape like a growing community. From this concept, an idea of a natural haven and an underwater forest emerged. Swinging orchids grow freely from the building facade, spreading to the ground, rooting in the water, and creating a sense of lightness and flow.


▽以兰草为设计语言,景观与建筑犹如相生相连的生命共同体 With bluegrass as the design language, landscape and architecture are like a connected life community



With a focus on the site, the entrance and the main building form a triangular layout, ensuring balanced and stable spaces with the longest sightlines. In the limited space, we chose to enter from both sides to achieve the maximum circulation routes and sightlines, maximizing the size of the central courtyard and providing an optimal park experience through meandering pathways. By carefully analyzing the viewpoints, we control the distribution of open and enclosed spaces in the landscape, combining the composition of foreground, background, and middle-ground with the use of framing and borrowing views, creating complete perspectives in every direction.


▽每一个视线点位的景观场景都多次推敲 The landscape scene of each sight point has been repeatedly refined




We extend the dynamic lines of the architecture to the entrance design, incorporating a unique arched artistic form and a dynamic “scale” symbol, showcasing a fresh and vibrant natural vitality. The entrance is constructed using full-surface 3D curved aluminum panels with an elegant gold-gray color scheme that echoes the architecture from a distance. A glass screen allows glimpses of the shimmering lights and swaying greenery of the courtyard’s water features, creating a picturesque world beyond the entrance.


▽主入口全界面采用3D曲面铝板 The whole interface of the main entrance adopts 3D curved aluminum plate



A parametrically designed diamond gradient grille fence presents a translucent visual effect, resembling golden ribbons floating in a forest. The wall material uses warm grey stone as a hard boundary, combined with a soft boundary formed by palm tree groves native to Malaysia. The 4.2-meter fence height defines the inner and outer boundaries and creates a natural transition with opening and closing movements, not only separating the residences from the city but also fostering a fluid and interconnected transition with nature.


▽围界利用参数化设计视线轻盈灵动的效果 The boundary uses parametric design to create light and flexible sight lines




Apart from hard boundaries, plants also serve as soft boundaries to shield the surrounding environment. In Rousseau’s paintings, we can see the rich atmosphere created by the enveloping plants, which perfectly aligns with the project’s character.

We extract and transform classic masterpieces from Rousseau’s art, such as “The Dream,” “The Woman Walking in the Forest,” and “The Equatorial Jungle.” Using nature as a canvas and plants as brushes, we utilize the characteristics of plants, including their forms, colors, textures, and compositions, to recreate the themes and colors of the paintings, as if entering an art palace.


▽在用卢梭的画作中寻找植物的色彩与形态构成 Look for the color and form of plants in Rousseau’s paintings

▽设计将画中的主题与色彩再现,突出庭院的名画质感 The design reproduces the theme and color in the painting, highlighting the quality of the famous painting of the courtyard




Among them, the design of the Water Meadow Garden draws inspiration from Rousseau’s “The Woman Walking in the Forest.” With the design of an artistic water curtain wall, we use various categories of plants, stones, metals, and other materials to create a novel and unique flowing landscape effect.

Bringing the jungle into the city, the landscape organizes immersive nature through a sequence of garden scenes. The shifting of views and the changing of emotions accompany the transitions between different scenes, creating a connection with boundless coexistence in a limited space.




Like an unfolding landscape painting, the scenes gradually emerge from the space, with rich textures, tones, and scents, immersing people in the painting, surrounded by a serene artistic landscape. Through the symphony of light, trees, shadows, and water, a spatial symphony is woven together.


▽丰富的植物层次和质地 Rich plant layers and textures

▽植物层次犹如油画一般展开 The layers of plants unfold like oil paintings



The concept of a natural paradise and underwater forest is inspired by Monet’s “Water Lilies.” The emerald green water extends the sense of depth in the vertical dimension and transforms the originally rigid fire-hardened interface into a part of the landscape elements. We enrich the layers with cascading water features at different elevations, patterns on the pool floor, aquatic plants, etc., to achieve variations in water depth and brightness.


▽设计灵感源于莫奈的《睡莲》 The design was inspired by Monet’s Water Lilies.

▽莫奈原画作与宸嘉水空间 Monet’s original painting and Chenka Water Space



We consider the water surface as a canvas for composition and creation. Shallow water surfaces primarily reflect natural skylight, forming a multi-layered and swaying dynamic when the breeze passes through. In the deep-water zone, we strive to reproduce the transparent texture and blue-green color, reminiscent of Jiuzhaigou’s water. At the deepest underwater area, we use large water lilies to break up and place at the bottom of the pool, combining them with abundant aquatic plants to create a deep emerald green. The different levels of the water surface create color transitions, and the natural colors and textures of the materials give the entire water surface a dynamic effect.


▽亚马逊绿清透得如阳光下的海面 The Amazon is as green as the sea in the sun



The perspective for observing outdoor water bodies is generally limited, to the extent that the water landscape we usually create is somewhat constrained in conveying intent and conceptual thinking. Therefore, we attempted to change the perspective by adding a transparent acrylic eco-tank measuring 10m x 0.8m x 0.8m outside the ecological pool. Through the ultra-white acrylic tank, we can observe the ecosystem below the water surface up close from the side.


▽户外生态水缸 Outdoor ecological water tank




The implementation of the outdoor eco-tank posed a major challenge for us. Outdoor temperature, humidity, light intensity, and UV radiation are significantly different from indoor conditions, and different underwater environments have distinct compositions and unique ecosystems. Therefore, we need to selectively choose different underwater ecologies to incorporate into the design. Factors such as the aquatic soil used in the tank, the thickness of the soil, water flow direction, types of aquatic plants, growth cycles, composition forms, clarity of the water surface and pool bottom all require careful consideration.

Plants used in underwater landscaping are robust species that can survive above 0 degrees Celsius, such as water lilies, water orchids, water hyacinths, reeds, centipede grass, and arrowhead plants. The plants in the eco-tank require precise management and need to maintain a water temperature of around 20 degrees Celsius. Examples of such plants include green crown anemone, black fern, water moss, and Danish water crown. As for aquatic animals, they mainly consume algae, suspended matter, and organic matter, such as mosquito fish, Chinese bream, and long-tailed loach. Amidst the shimmering waves, the aquatic plants sway gracefully. As the sun sets, light and shadows interweave, gradually fading into the depths with layers of lines, like a sweet and blooming dream.


▽水下造景的植物选用0度以上水温即可存活的粗放化管理品种 Plants for underwater landscaping should be extensively managed varieties that can survive with water temperatures above 0 degrees Celsius



The “Fish Watching” eco-tank poses a question of observation and being observed. Two different worlds are separated by a layer of glass, allowing different creatures to gaze and interact with each other while existing in their own worlds and environments. When we see our reflections and the reflections of others on this mirror-like interface, the “mirror” becomes the “realm,” creating an illusion of the internal and external. This immersion allows us to experience ourselves and each other, and grasp the philosophical aesthetic of life.


▽水生动物则是以消解藻类、漂悬浮物、有机质为主 Aquatic animals are mainly based on digestion of algae, floating suspended matter and organic matter



In the desire for a small yet refined, exquisite and beautiful landscape in the urban realm of nature and wildness, Chenjiajiabai Dao Landscape extends the language of architectural “orchids.” The spatial atmosphere of a high-quality painting is extended from the natural tranquility of the lower level to the rooftop garden, constructing a vibrant community of life, and reconstructing our proposition regarding life, nature, and art.


▽项目引入了两座艺术家向京的雕塑作品,这是成都唯一使用向京真迹雕塑作为景观小品的高品质住宅 The project introduces two sculptures by artist Xiang Jing, which is the only high-quality residence in Chengdu that uses Xiang Jing’s original sculptures as landscape sketches

▽艺术作品:【异境—白银时代】,长5.9米,卧于林荫下,被植被掩映,憨态可掬 Works of art: [Different Land – Silver Age], 5.9 meters long, lying in the shade of trees, covered by vegetation, naive

▽艺术作品:【寂静成型】,高4米,是内庭水下森林的视觉中心。 Artwork: “Silent Shaping”, 4 meters high, is the visual center of the underwater forest in the inner courtyard.


▽总平面图 Plan



设计团队:李卉 张黎 李彦萨 范玮 田乐 李理 张华盛 张书桢 宋照兵 王若懿 梁爽 郭燕 张雪琨 王巧铃 张涛 侯茂江 周芯宇 赵桐 王园园 张燕 范执鸿 王玥 余红燕 简梦婕 谷雨 薛凤仪 董瑜 庞虹宇 朱明莉 姚淞骅
水生态:重庆镜内生态环境工程有限公司 董陈志峰
摄影:xf photography

Project Name: Chengdu Chenjia·Jiabaidao
Owner: Chenjia Development
Landscape Area: 11,471 square meters
Project Address: Jinjiang District, Chengdu City
Landscape Design: WTD Weitu Design Design Team: Li Hui, Zhang Li, Li Yansa, Fan Wei, Tian Le, Li Li, Zhang Huasheng, Zhang Shuzhen, Song Zhaobing, Wang Ruoyi, Liang Shuang, Guo Yan, Zhang Xuekun, Wang Qiaoling, Zhang Tao, Hou Maojiang, Zhou Xinyu, Zhao Tong, Wang Yuanyuan, Zhang Yan, Fan Zhihong, Wang Yue, Yu Hongyan, Jian Mengjie, Gu Yu, Xue Fengyi, Dong Yu, Pang Hongyu, Zhu Mingli, Yao Songhua
Landscape Construction: Ji Sheng landscape
Structural Curtain Wall Consultant Team: Dr. Chen Jianfeng’s Team
Eco-Tank Consultant: Li Xu
Water Ecological System: Chongqing Jingnei Ecological Environmental Engineering Co., Ltd., Dong Chenzhifeng
Building Renovation: Shanghai Enwei Architectural Design Co., Ltd.
Architectural Lighting Design: Shengle Lighting Design Sculpture
Artist: Xiang Jing
Photography: xf photography
Completion Date: 2023.01




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