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Collective Landscape Design：This is Greentown’s first residential project in Yongkang is expected to bring the refined and elegant life aesthetics of Greentown into Yongkang. The space left for the landscape is very limited. There is merely a long and narrow space with a width of only 15 meters and a length of about 120 meters from the edge of the main construction area to the side of the road. The challenge is to establish a connection between people and the aesthetic experience of life.
从感知出发 Start from perception
People and the landscape are not only visually connected but also from multi-sensory aspects such as smell, hearing, touch, etc. We extract the word “Tinglan” from the project name “Guiyu Tinglan” as inspiration to consider people’s spatial perception from the five senses. The abstract image of “Lan” incorporates the aromatic plants (olfactory), water cascading (hearing), light, and shadow in the still water courtyard (visual).
▼“听澜”概念形态演变 The evolution of the concept of “Ting Lan”
▼闻芳庭院 Wenfang Courtyard
▼沐云水庭园 Muyun Garden
Why there should have a corridor? Considering the temporary function of the exhibition area (1-2 years), it will be accompanied by the construction of high-rise residential buildings on the west side. We hope to re-establish a screen to shield the impact of construction. At the same time, due to the limitation of land use, the top screen can effectively enrich the spatial layers, so the corridor has become a better choice.
We don’t want objective boundaries or boundaries can be touched. The perception of space changes with the dynamic changes of people’s movement. The site was limited by the building (the prologue hall and the sales office), and the sequences of landscape space were established by the division of space. This division may be a change of the ground material, plantings, or a shield of the roof. People have a comfortable spatial scale when approaching or walking away from the building.
“Wen Fang” as a transitional courtyard space. The top corridor and the wall are enclosed to form a gray space with the aromatic plants to form an interpenetrating courtyard space. The planting mounds with gentle slopes are planted with selected species in different height layers to enrich the spatial experience. The stone installation is adjusted on-site during the construction phase to break the corridor’s paving boundary and enhances the connection between spaces.
The “Muyun” water courtyard was inspired by the local Fangyan geological landscape in Yongkang. The design uses plants to imitate mountains, uses water to echo lake, to express the local culture in the micro-landscape.
▼庭院中种植台，潜藏于水下，加上光影营造漂浮感 The planting platform in the courtyard is hidden under the water. The light and shadow create a floating effect.
从展示区到大区 From the display area to the main area
The prologue hall, the sales office, and the enclosed Muyun courtyard will be used permanently. After the delivery of the main area, the sales office will become a community club, and the prologue hall will be used as the east entrance hall of the community.
▼未来会所视角 The perspective of future clubs
▼改造后序厅将作为未来大区东入口门厅 The preface hall will be used as the entrance hall of the east entrance of the future district.
▼细节设计 Detailed design
▼展示区听澜水景和西会客厅水景 Water feature analysis
The falling water of Tinglan echoes the sloping roof of the building, and the details of the sculpture are abstracted from “waves”. A total of 18 types of modules are processed, spliced, polished. More than 60% of the special-shaped processed stone will be reused in the future, including the five stones in the Wenfang courtyard. They will be recycled in the overhead layer of the main area, effectively avoiding the waste of stone. The important thing is to intuitively continue the design aesthetics of the display area in the future.
Project Name: Greentown Yongkang Guiyu Tinglan Experience Area
Completion Time: June 2020
Landscape Design: Collective Landscape Design
Design Team: Zhang Haoqing Zhang, Kun Liu, Wan Teng, Kai Ni
Architectural Design: 9m design
Interior Design: HWCD
Landscape Construction: Senke Garden
Location: Yongkang, Zhejiang, China
Clients: Greentown & Zhejiang Communlcations Investment Group
Photo Credits : Photos were taken by Archi -Translator if no special indication
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