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Jiejie Studio ：The project is located at No. 91 Beiluoguxiang, Beijing, with an area of about 1,400 square meters. The client is BeijingYIxizhidi Hotel. The site is a traditional but unconventional courtyard house, Siheyuan. It is the traditional two tier courtyards in the central area of Beijing. The site is regular, and the surrounding buildings are also courtyard buildings. The unconventional part is that the site has a large underground space now, and a patio is lower level in the second courtyard, forming a special space with a unique double-height patio. The owner expects to transform this site into a space with restaurant, afternoon tea and homestay.
▽一进院空间概览 First tier courtyard overview
｜建筑与情境｜Architecture and Scene
Each site is unique, and the significance of the design is to give new possibilities according to its particularity. Therefore, considering the demands of the client’s brand and the current situation of the site, we propose the design concept of “the dialogue of interlocking new and old”. To begin the design, the intention is to create an architectural experience space with the encounter between the traditional space of Beijing’s old courtyards and contemporary space that conforms to the time and the present. In order to achieve this goal, we defined the entire site into “two courtyards, three paths, and three space colors”.
-“两个院子”：场地现状 “Two courtyards”: Site Conditions
The existing site is two tier courtyard buildings, the first tier is a café with afternoon tea space, and the second courtyard is planned to be a homestay space.
▽二进院空间概览 Second tier courtyard overview
-“三条路径”：建筑布局 “Three paths”: Plan Layout
A set of roof corridor system is inserted to unify the front and rear courtyard spaces, forming a spatial sequence of three-level paths in the sky, ground and underground. The corridor system also provides more places for consumption. It generated three levels of overall space experience, one is climbing and looking into the distance on the roof, walking through the courtyards on the grounds, and explore in the underground, which increases the variety of the experience.
▽屋顶连廊系统 roof corridor system
-“三空间色”：场所体验 “Three space colors”: Spatial Atmosphere
Red and green are the classic colors used in traditional Siheyuan. Once you enter, red and green are the main colors. The outdoor courtyard is a traditional red space, and the indoor restaurant is mainly in green. At the same time, white is placed in the unconventional courtyard space in the second courtyard to form a contemporary homestay space experience.
The first tier courtyard, it is a traditional old Siheyuan in Beijing. It has a regular shape and retains the original screen wall, veranda, doors and windows, etc. We remained those original elements and repaired and restored the enclosed space of the courtyard, at the same time, we inserts some new element designs.
▽古建修缮中”一麻五灰”的施工工序 “One hemp five dust”technic in ancient building restoration
▽修缮后的彩绘与门扇 Painting and door leaves after restored
Based on the shape of the original traditional door leaf, an innovative design is carried out. The whole door leaf is divided into two movable parts, upper and lower, which can be divided into windows and combined into doors.
▽打开上半部分门扇之后，形成独特的游廊景观 A unique veranda corridor is generated when the upper parts are open.
▽门扇形成的框景 The framed view by upper door leaves
▽游廊内部空间 Inside veranda
A moon gate is placed at the south corridor of the first courtyard, which is the main traffic node connecting the first courtyard and the second courtyard. At the same time, this moon gate is also the core connecting the circulation of ground and roof level.
▽位于两进院之间的月门 The moon gate between the two courtyards
▽月门西侧局部 the west side of the moon gate
The main room of the first tier is the dining space, with “green” as the main color. The original roof was renovated, and the pavilions, corridors, lattice windows and other spatial elements of the courtyard were placed in the interior, and new materials were combined to form a new spatial experience.
▽正北房用餐空间 The dinning space in the main room
▽东耳房用餐空间 Dining space in east side room
▽东厢房用餐空间 Dining space in east wing room
▽东厢房吧台 Bar counter in east wing room
▽东厢房小竹林 Bamboo landscape in east wing room
The second tier is a relatively private guest room area. The whole area is a special courtyard space surrounding the sunken patio in the middle. There are 12 guest rooms around the double height courtyard. Each room is facing to the patio for natural light. We built a white moon-viewing platform in the patio, and the main visual scene is the moon-viewing platform, which has become a characteristic landscape that every guest room can see.
▽揽月台入口 The entry of the moon-viewing platform
▽二进院入口 The entry of the second tier courtyard
▽白色揽月台与红色月门 The white moon-viewing platform and red moon gate
A still pool surface is places in the sunken patio, which can reflect the view. When the wind blows, the waves are sparkling, like the moon rising up from the sea.
▽二进院下沉庭院内景 the inside view of the sunken patio in the second tier
▽楼梯局部 detail of platform stairs
▽下沉庭院内景 the inside view of the sunken patio
▽客房室内空间 Interior of guest room
▽带阁楼客房室内空间 Interior of guest room with loft
▽将植物引入客房室内 Bring the view of the plants into the guest room
This project takes the dialogue between the old and the new as the starting point. In the face of the existing conditions of the project site, it balances the old repair and the new renovation, so as to achieve the intention of the place that is full of new and unexpecting experience, although it is common in the past.
▽一层平面图 First Floor Plan
Project Name： No. 91 Beiluoguxiang Siheyuan renovation
Client： Beijing Yixizhidi (Restaurant, homestay, afternoon tea)
Adress： No. 91 Beiluoguxiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Program： Restaurant, homestay, tea house
Design Firm：Jiejie Studio
Project Manager：Qi Ming
Design Team：Cao Jincan，Wang Yifan , Yue Jie, Zhang Xuan, Liu Wenrui
Lighting Design：z design & planning
Construction Drawing：Beijing BoJianhai Team
Area： 1400 square meter
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