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Wonder Architects:The villages in North China have always been a vague group, but the memories and lives they carry are not worthless. How these containers of memories can survive in the rural renewal is a problem.


▽项目外观 Project appearance

▽水泥、砖块、铝合金和瓷砖构成了华北乡村的典型建材 Cement, bricks, aluminum alloys and ceramic tiles constitute the typical building materials of the North China countryside


▽雨后,湿漉漉的村间小道 Wet country trail after rain


一:追忆 Recall


Houheilongmiao Village is located at the bottom of Haiying Mountain in Yanqing, Beijing, with green sorghum fields in summer and frozen water-filled woods in winter. It is full of the tranquility, soothing and bleak which are unique to the northern countryside. Here are cicadas, fog, red brick houses and the blue sky in late autumn. Abandoning the poetic imagination of classical painting, it is like a daily scene that is full of tension in contemporary realist oil painting.


▽从后黑龙庙村眺望盛夏的田野Overlooking the fields in midsummer from Houheilongmiao Village



“The end of history is the beginning of memory” (Aldo Rossi). This house built in the 1980s was originally used as a wedding room. Even if it has been ruined, it still exudes the happiness of that time, and then accepts long bits of wear and tear of years. The last part of the life history of the northern countryside ended with the urbanization process accompanied by new technology media. Young people entered the county or urban areas for employment, and their houses became vacant. As a result, the village update restarted as a guest house, waiting to be deconstructed.


▽看似稳定的后黑龙庙村在两年间一直处于自我更新状态,很多房屋的材料都已替换,但整个村落道路和房屋肌理仍然延续 The seemingly stable Heilongmiao Village has been in a state of self-renewal for two years. The materials of many houses have been replaced, but the structure and texture of the entire village continue

▽闲置的场地,在冬日里透着萧索,但充满了过往生活的点滴记忆。The unused site is full of bleakness in winter, but it is full of memories of past life.



The three-story brick house and its front yard form a 183-square-meter site. The flat-tile roof, red brick dry wall surface, and light green window frame are a kind of gift from the base. The potential richness needs special interpretation: “Even after the garden disappears for a long time, the planted plants will bear fruit. (Sebastien Marot). “



二:关系 Relationship

30年多年后的今天,这里将会迎来新的“家庭”——朋友或是新人们;时光穿越,相逢恨晚;家庭的“温度”却始终不变。 两重岁月,如何相见?

Today, more than 30 years later, here will usher in a new “family”-friends or new people; time travels, meets with nostalgia; the family “temperature” is always the same. How do they meet each other in different era of year?


▽婚房一直承载着中国人最朴素的家庭情感The wedding room has always carried the simplest family emotions of the Chinese


让新生活取代旧情感,拆倒重建?还是膜拜历史,原样保留?我们觉得应该让二元对立的新旧关系融合为“形式的共产”(communisme formel)——给一件物品赋予新的含义,就已经是在生产了。(尼古拉·布里奥)

Let the new life replace the old emotion, tear down and rebuild? Or worship history and keep it as it was? We feel that the dual relationship between the old and the new should be merged into a “communisme formel”-giving a new meaning to an object is already a production. (Nicolas Bourriaud)


▽轴测图 axonometry

▽南北房屋围合出小院的传统村落肌理被延续到新的设计之中 The traditional village texture of houses in the north and south enclosing small yards was continued into the new design

▽坡屋顶形式谦逊地融于村落肌理,在沿街立面上保持和邻居融洽的尺度关系 The sloping roof form is humbly integrated into the village texture, maintaining a harmonious scale relationship with the neighbors on the street facade

▽南侧新房与北侧老屋产生对话,两者形成“互”字般的咬合扣接 The new house on the south side and the old house on the north side have a dialogue, and the two form a “mutual” occlusion.

▽北房被保留,和新建的南房围合出屋顶露台 The north room was retained, and the new south room encloses the roof terrace

▽南侧新房与北侧老屋各自顺着坡度延伸,形成阶梯露台New houses and old houses each extend along the slope to form a stepped terrace

▽北楼天窗 North tower skylight


互舍的“互”体现在三个层面 Mutual reciprocity in the ‘Reciprocal House’ is reflected in three levels:


The first is the interaction of the new and old houses. The village’s traditional sloping roof form and intimate dimensions have become invisible memories, which continue in the design. The intersecting positions of the two north and south rooms form a “mutual” occlusal space. In order to enlarge the original experiencing interior space experience, the new house on the south side was dug down, and people entered the north room through the rising stairs, which seemed redundant. The “design action” makes the space come alive as the height changes, and the cave-like living experience is born.


▽南北房间在院子中部融合一体 North and South rooms merge in the middle of the yard

▽阶梯露台下隐藏VRV空调室内外机,在保证冬夏舒适的前提下从而让室内更显简洁 The VRV air-conditioning indoor and outdoor units are hidden under the stepped terrace, so that the interior is more concise under the premise of ensuring winter and summer comfort.

▽做饭的时候可以看到庭园 You can see the garden while cooking

▽室内的高差变化激活了身体体验,洞穴般的居住体验也由此而生 The height change in the room activates the physical experience, and the cave-like living experience is born.

▽曾经昏暗的老房子重新沐浴在阳光之下 The once dim old house was bathed in the sun again

▽南北两房的坡线在室内外转为楼梯和斜墙,充满运动感 The slope line of the north and south houses is turned into stairs and inclined walls indoors and outdoors, which is full of sports sense


关于材质的“交互”的表达,我们希望能够延续红砖绿窗的记忆。瓷砖这种华北乡村常见的建材表达了村民清洁卫生的朴素需求,我们既不想为了“建构”欲望而刻意暴露真实建筑材质,也并非要“民粹”般地歌颂流行乡间的大白瓷砖,“天青色”的瓷砖被选作南房的表皮, 瓷砖绿和砖红形成“大俗”撞色,却充满了火热的生活质感。

Regarding the expression of “interaction” of materials, we hope to continue the memory of the red brick and green window. Tiles, a common building material in the North China countryside, expressing the villagers ’simple needs for cleanliness. We don’t want to deliberately expose the real building materials in order to ‘construct’ the desire, nor do we want to sing the populous big white tiles like populist, The ceramic tile was selected as the skin of the south house, and the tile green and brick red formed a “vulgar” contrasting color, but filled with the fiery texture of life.


▽代表记忆的砖红和窗绿被延续 Brick red and window green representing memory are continued

▽坡顶在庭院中变为墙体,彼此交错,颜色嵌套 The tops of the slopes become walls in the courtyard, staggered with each other, and nested in color

▽红绿色在卧室的碰撞 Red and green collision in the bedroom


第三层“交互”是室内隐藏的一条闭合流线,“圆形”路径似乎也隐喻着“园”。起于入户的玄关庭院,接着看到现代感的南房,继而通过“山谷”步入充满怀旧气氛的北房,通过小洞口爬上露台,从大阶梯上再步入庭院和卧房,完成 “山居巡游”。这种伴随“现代性”而生的运动感并非新生事物,100年前阿道夫·路斯的 “螺旋空间”(‘Raumplan’)住宅即给出了答案。今天,在室内欢快奔跑的孩子和时时来访的小猫似乎对其仍然兴趣盎然。

The third level of “interaction” is a closed streamline hidden in the interior, and the “circular” path also seems to be a metaphor for “garden”. It starts from the entrance courtyard, and then sees the modern south house. Then it enters the nostalgic north house through the “valley”, climbs to the terrace through the small hole, and then enters the courtyard and bedroom from the large step accomplishing the “Mountain House Wandering”. This sense of movement that accompanies “modernity” is not new, and  Adolf Loos ‘s “Raumplan” house gave the answer 100 years ago.. Today, children who run happily indoors and kittens who visit from time to time still seem to be full of excitement.


▽村中野猫不时地从屋顶巡游而至,透过窗户,偷偷地瞥向屋内 From time to time, the kittens the village wandering from the roof and glance into the house through the window.

▽入口玄关 Entrance porch

▽从玄关瞥见庭院 Glimpsing of the courtyard from the entrance

▽暖阳照在木地板上,窗子内外记录着两小无猜的故事 The warm sun shines on the wooden floor, and the stories of two little are recorded inside and outside the window

▽午后的日常即景 Daily scene in the afternoon

▽老房子的梁架结构成为新的视觉焦点 Beam structure of old house becomes new visual focus


三.自然的媒介Natural Media

在北京,雨水让人既爱又恨,暴雨的六月和干冷的冬季周而复始。从天而降,涓涓细流,归于土壤,这种雨水循环在“互舍”变得可观。始于屋顶的汇聚,经过 “沟渠”从中部露台蜿蜒汇至庭院,继而沿着碎石路径引至于道路明沟,这些过程从庭园和室内被居住者耳闻目视,在雨天则形成生动的景观体验。而在旱季,碎石铺地则带来“枯山水”的想象。

In Beijing, the rain makes people love and hate it. The heavy rains of June and the dry winter cycle start and end. Falling from the sky, trickling down to the soil, this kind of rainwater cycle becomes considerable in “interchange”. It starts from the convergence of the roof, winding from the central terrace to the courtyard through the “ditch”, and then leading to the open channel of the road along the gravel path. These processes are seen and heard from the garden and indoor occupants, and form a vivid landscape in the rain experience. In the dry season, gravel paving brings the imagination of ” Karesansui”.


▽绿瓷与红砖,春夏相与交,秋冬相与互 Green porcelain and red brick, spring and summer together, autumn and winter with each other

▽村庄街道的“日常生活”成为餐桌的“景框”The “everyday life” of the village street becomes the “view frame” of the dining table

▽巨大的天窗和洞口结合坐卧走行的人居姿态,带来园林分叉小径般的透视观感 The huge skylight and the mouth of the cave combined with the living posture of sitting, lying and walking, bring the garden bifurcation

▽在屋顶唱歌,在夜晚观星;午后的盛阳让瓷砖变为天青色,而在傍晚或是雨中透出冷冷的蓝色调子 Singing on the roof, stargazing at night; the sun in the afternoon makes the tiles turn azure, and in the evening or in the rain, it gets to cold blue tones

▽入夜的餐厅 The restaurant at night



Italo Calvino said, “You ran so far, just to get rid of the burden of nostalgia!” When homestays and travel become a life form of a rich society in China, we hope that visitor will not only see the memory puzzles of the North China countryside, but also easily Look at tomorrow, the old and the new are borrowing each other.


▽华北乡村的记忆拼图——互舍 The memory mosaic of the North China Countryside——‘Intertwine House’ Yanqing, Beijing

▽平面图 Plan




Project Name: ‘Intertwine House’ Yanqing, Beijing
Design company: Wonder Architects
Official website: www.wonder-architects.com
Contact: office@wonder-architects.com
Project location: Beijing
Building area: 220m²
Owner: Hidden in the market
Architectural Design: Wang Chong
Construction drawing and soft installation design: Wang Chong, Jin Tailin
Structure design: Gao Xuemei
Electrical Design: Guo Chen
Water supply and drainage Design: Wang Weiwei
Hvac Design: Zhen Qin
Photography is by Zhu Yumeng
Construction: Hu Yonghui et al



审稿编辑: Maggie

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