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Chuangyi Shance：The famous mountains and rivers have been people’s longing and praise in poems, articles, caligraphies, and paintings for thousands of years. The word‘Wo You’ is used to describe viewing the landscape paintings. How to create a natural landscape in the city? The answer is the classical private gardens: in the urban residential spaces, we design inward gardens to mimic nature, presenting a small space but big scenery. Chen Congzhou once said, ‘the best garden is like a quatrain. Less is more.’ The nature in the urban area increases the life quality.
How to inherit the urban forest-style gardening tradition in contemporary urban space? How to have classical garden space in the north? Shenyang Vanke Feicui Guanlan is an answer.
The Hun River, from west to east, meanders through this northern city. The site is located on the south bank of Zhuke Street. The main building is built adjacent to the road node, and the urban roads on both sides offset 35 meters. This is a normal commercial street space. But Vanke hopes to build a garden and bring mountains and forests into the city.
Here should be a classical garden in a contemporary language to exhibit a more vigorous culture evolved by the changing context.
▼平面图 Master Plan
The feature of a traditional garden,‘Progressive Space’, is not merely existing in the sequences of the design spaces. The ‘mountains outside the mountains, the scenery outside the scenery, the garden outside the garden,’ is also the ‘less is more’concept of the urban forest. In this project, we take mountains as the theme of landscaping, and four layers of the mountain view as the garden structure: the outermost one is the continuous folding mountain-shaped stone wall to form a strong and unique urban interface, which evolves the inward landscaping of traditional gardens into a scenery outreach. The second layer is a mountain-shaped corridor looming on the stone mountain. The third layer is the mountain-shaped silhouette device in the inward water court. The fourth layer is the landscape paintings presented on the building facade. Thus, we create a picturesque space to view in a distance, to stop for attractions, and to explore for fun.
▼四重山水模型演绎 Model deduction
The entrance to the garden is in the north. Steps between the steep mountain-shaped stone walls lead to space under the shadow, creating an atmosphere of tranquility.
Through the entrance hall and following the mountain-shaped corridor is the realm of mountains and forests. The abstract mountain and stone walls interspersed freely among the space as if traveling among mountains. The noise outside the garden has been washed away. At the end of the corridor, outside the pale golden drapery, a silhouette of a welcoming pine slanted out between the mountains and rocks.
▼游廊夜景 The gallery night view
▼游廊局部鸟瞰 The gallery partial aerial view
The water court sound serves as the trailer of the space. The skylight, cloud shadow, starlight at the bottom of the pool, swimming fish in the water, mountains silhouettes, twisted pine branches, the meandering corridor, and the water curtain are reflected in the water feature and become a picture.
▼水庭局部鸟瞰 The water court partial aerial view
▼水庭局部光影细节 The water court detail
The front garden is a tour of the mountain forest, while the back garden is a retreat in the mountain forest, and it is also a scenic meeting room shared by the community in the future: The green shade encloses an exquisite waterfront pavilion. The layered screens cover the space with lighting floating between the tables. Here is inspired by the famous Cui Linglong in Suzhou to have space for visitors to stay and enjoy.
In the north and in Shenyang, we hope to use a garden to explain Vanke’s ideal of inheriting the Chinese language in the residential environment, and hope that the traditional gardens from the south of the Yangtze River can illustrate the mountains and forests of the north. The mountain forest grows in this city.
设计团队：郭静 梁茜 翟奕天 王佳琪 张晟 李晓娜 赵冬 刘镒玮
摄影师：Shrimp Studio 邬涛
Project name: Shenyang Vanke Emerald Mansion Exhibition Area
Year completed: 2020
Project area: 9000 square meters
Project location: West of Nanzhu Street, Dongta Bridge, Hunnan District, Shenyang
Landscape design: Beijing Chuangyi Shance Landscape Design Co., LTD
Chief designer: Zhou Wei, Guo Jing
Design team: Guo Jing, Liang Qian, Zhai Yitian, Wang Jiaqi, Zhang Sheng, Li Xiaona, Zhao Dong, Liu Yiwei
Developer: Shenyang Vanke (Team: Li Yuelin, Wan Wu)
Architectural Design: Shanghai Bogeng Architectural Planning and Design Consulting Co., LTD
Construction: Jinyu Landscape Greening Engineering Co., LTD
Photography: Shrimp Studio-Wu Tao
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