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HOOOLDESIGN: During the lockdown period, people used social media to exchange food and drink with each other, helped each other in the community, and re-experienced the beauty of the “nearby”. All of this can actually happen in community restaurants. The original intention of designing Wugan Shixi is to bring an urban space full of fireworks and human touch to the daily life of customers.



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▽建筑主立面,main facade of the building

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At the beginning of the plan, the client of this space hoped that “consumers can actively explore the brand through five ways of seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling and touching the world”, and also hoped that the space could bridge the gap between consumers and the brand. A bridge of communication between people, injecting life into business. However, the predecessor of the original space is a street-facing store that has changed hands for many catering brands. The inconspicuous entrance facade and the long and narrow corridor on the first floor have brought great difficulties to the design of this space.


▽入口区域,entrance area

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When we think of a city, the first thing that comes to mind are the streets. If the streets are alive, the city will be alive, and if the streets are dull, the city will be dull. Streets are the hallmarks of a city. Those who can see the meaning of the street when the city is formed and have strong feelings, the street is a part of life, not just for transportation, but as a community.


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After taking over the project, we hope to create a positive “gap” and transform the business into a public linear residual space, forming a new sequence in the city. Like the High Line in New York, it is harnessed and repurposed to transform negative spaces into catalysts for urban neighborhoods. The gap space in the city is in the ambiguous zone of the boundary between public space and private space. Under the condition of reasonable use, the internal and external space order can flow, so that this humble space can exert great potential to promote the interaction between the city and its neighbors.


▽楼梯,The stairs

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The gap has a strong attraction to people, and can give people a feeling of mystery, novelty, stimulation and joy. For example, children try to put their hands into places with slits to explore the secrets inside. The canyons in the natural landscape – “a line of sky”, “ground cracks”, etc., always attract many visitors and explorers.


▽二层入口,Second floor entrance

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▽二层空间概览,Overview of the second floor space

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▽公共的就餐区,Public dining area

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In order to solve the problem that the interior of the first floor is too long and narrow, the design turns the corridor into an atmospheric public area. The interior corridor on the first floor is paved with horseshoe stones, and the walls are made of red bricks to extend the concept of “street”.


▽吧台与漂浮盒子的互动,Interaction between bar counter and floating box



On the vertical plane, the maximum viewing area of the human eye is 50 degrees above the eye level and 70 degrees below the eye level. Therefore, the effective display surface has only one entrance facade in the moving vision of pedestrians facing the street. The design uses terrazzo to pave the facade more into the outdoors, and uses brand light boxes and copper signs as visual guidance to make the outdoors extend inward as much as possible. The facade on the second floor was subtracted as much as possible to keep it clean and transparent while ensuring that the outdoor natural light can shine into the interior as much as possible, so that people can easily feel the changes of the outside world when dining indoors.


▽吧台区,the bar

▽贯通的动线,Through moving line



The internal public space composed of the first floor and the stairs is connected in series, leading to a richer main functional area on the second floor.


▽光线营造下的就餐区,Dining area created by light

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In the design of the second-floor space, the comfortable outdoor living scene of the community is continued, and the indoor space is continuously overlapped and borrowed from different perspectives, so that the space can meet the functions and at the same time feel the vitality of the urban community. The dining space on the second floor is divided into waiting area, bar area, small performance area, scattered seating area, long platform area and VIP private room area. The original single space is mixed and arranged to allow the internal space to flow and create a wonderful place for free exploration. dining experience.


▽不同区域的就餐区域,Dining areas in different areas

▽空间一角,A corner of space

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The power of street and alley catering for community building is no longer a simple place for goods trading. At present, most consumer needs can be met online, and the narrow commercial space is rapidly shifting from “things” to “experience” and even “culture and values”. . At present, business is injecting more elements of culture, life, and social interaction. Among them, the outstanding ones gradually form a block, and even a cultural gathering place with urban characteristics, which not only provides a place for people to relax, but also connects each other through space. Create a new life scene for people.


▽厕所,The Toilet

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▽视线的穿透,Line of sight penetration

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Continuing the natural and simple texture of the overall space design, the design hopes to create a catering brand that respects space and expects food. Therefore, we integrate ink elements with the visual image of the brand, so that the space experience is full of tonality and fun, and meet the citizens’ Multi-dimensional needs and imagination of the space experience.


▽包间,private area

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▽平面图,Floor plan




项目名称:街巷缝隙 – 五感食喜

Project Name:Street Crevice – GOKANSHOKUKI
Project Location:Taiyuan, Shanxi
Design Company:HOOOLDESIGN
Chief Designer:Han Lei
Design Team:Jing Chao, Huang Debin, Li Jingyi, Zhi Pengfei, Zheng Tianyang
Lighting: LST Commercial Lighting Design
Art Wall Material: JCC
Project Area:350㎡
Project Type: Dining Space
Completion Date:2022
Photography: Wu Jianquan(WuSpace)




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