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栖地设计:|| 轻奢乐享,自然雅居-心裁·呈现

QIDI Design: Enjoy light luxury, natural elegant residence-Artsitic Presentation





A municipal public space, stretching over 135 meters wide and 24 meters long, separates the boundary between the community redline and the urban road network. It also faces the challenge of showcasing the municipal space and residential space under different functionalities.


▽城市形象展示面 City image display surface



By ingeniously using large-scale corridors and combining them with the planting layout of pines and cypresses, the entrance presents an extra-long interface of over 53 meters, creating a striking visual focus. It highlights the high-end tone of Greentown’s Gui language series products, aiming for the ultimate user experience. In this way, it gives back to society, creating a unique quality and sense of value for Qinxiangyuan through prominent symbols.


▽入口长廊 Entrance gallery



In addition to its function as a sales office, it is also used as a Life Aesthetics Hall, catering to the display and delivery needs of landscapes at different stages while adhering to the design principle of ‘zero’ alterations. The interface is created using an open landscape approach, while the interior is crafted in a serene, introverted, and leisurely manner.



|| 沁心之地,梦境诗斋-自然·溯源 Nature Tracing



As recorded in the ‘Records of the Grand Historian,’ pine and cypress trees are the tallest of all trees and protect the imperial palace. In this project, the design aims to create a Zen-like space within the large-scale urban interface. The hierarchical arrangement of plants highlights the ancient and vigorous characteristics of the pine tree, making it more vivid. In the overall selection of plants, the principle of ‘less is more’ is emphasized, echoing the Eastern philosophical concept of ‘letting go.


▽前场禅意景观空间 Front field Zen landscape space



The intersection of space and nature conceals high-rise buildings within the trees. Through the spacious woods, wandering in the garden, one experiences the openness brought by clear sightlines. Leveraging the vertical natural textures skillfully, it shapes an extraordinary sensory experience, resembling an urban living room ambiance.


▽古朴苍劲的松林景观 Simple and vigorous pine forest landscape




QIDI Design Group emphasizes the integration of emotions and nature, establishing a connection between humans and nature. In their designs, they uphold philosophical essence, seeking the dispersion and harmony of the state of mind while immersed in nature.




The greenery stretches and undulates, quietly observing the intertwining branches and leaves, reminiscent of a tea plantation, offering a subtle vacation-like comfort. Wandering in this place, one can feel the healing and nourishment brought by the leisurely passage of time.


▽丰富的植物空间营造 Rich plant space creation




Through the misty haze, an ethereal wonderland takes shape, and this naturally pleasant feeling seems to be something we are increasingly lacking and seeking in contemporary life. The rocky walls depict the meandering of valleys and forest streams, reconstructing the dream of retreating to the mountains and forests within the enclosed space.




In the rear courtyard, there are differences and diversities in ‘plants, colors, lines, textures, and proportions,’ incorporating plant design elements such as flower mirrors and pine forests, to create a mountain garden courtyard. The texture of spatial language is used to maintain a consistent orientation between soft and hard landscapes, achieving a harmonious fusion of elements, textures, and visual aspects to achieve a ‘spacious and coherent, smooth and harmonious’ overall effect.


▽仙境缥缈的后场景观空间 Wonderland ethereal backcourt landscape space

▽精致的艺术水景 Exquisite artistic water feature

▽自然趣味的植物营造 Natural interest in plant creation




The rear courtyard is located on the basement level. On both sides are a fitness club and a banquet hall. There is a significant difference in elevation in the on-site open space, with exposed undulating terrain affecting the sightline. Additionally, the emergency stairs connecting to the first floor significantly undermine the aesthetics of the sightline.




Therefore, by designing the segmentation and concealment of the rear space, we achieve control over the space. Utilizing the height difference and defining the functional attributes based on visual orientation, we enhance the expression of landscape spirit within the space.


▽错落的空间层次 Scattered spatial levels



Using terraced greening to achieve a well-organized spatial layout, the walls employ a nested design technique inspired by classical gardens to create fluidity and layers within the space. Simultaneously, the evacuation stairs are cleverly concealed, allowing the space to be extensive and offering a combination of views, effectively interpreting the richness and quality of the landscape.


▽下沉庭院 Sunken courtyard


|| 霓光新境,旖旎绽放-设计·赋能 Design Empowerment


As the urban garden living room, it integrates natural landscapes such as ‘tea fields, dense forests, flower valleys, cascading streams, and mist,’ showcasing an elegant and luxurious lifestyle through luxurious craftsmanship and details. It highlights the pursuit of quality in both natural purity and lifestyle trends, creating diversity in living scenes and portraying the future community living ambiance.


▽精致的细节设计 Exquisite detail design



图片摄影:DID STUDIO、黄钰淇

Project Name: Green City · Qinxiang Garden
Project Address: Intersection of Central Avenue and Haiyang South Road, Rucheng Street,Rugao City
Landscape Area: 5948 square meters
Completion Date: May 2023
Landscape Design: QIDI design group
Design guidance: Ke Nie.
Pre-phase team: Mingming Gao, Pan Zhang, Qi Li, Yawei Wang.
Later-stage team: Tingguang Zhao, Guanglong Dai, Chunge Yu, Meiteng Zhang, Ning Wang, Jun Zhu.
Plant design: Ying Luo, Xiaojing Dai.
Photography: DID STUDIO, Yuqi Huang.
Content creation: Meixue Xing.




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