A blending of east and west design idea.

With high and low tangible lines, criss-crossing internally and externally, and the concept of a parabolic curve, interprets the virtual and real aspects of this building. Spatially this project comprises of two concepts: "cultural intersection" and "crisscross of the lines that are both virtual and real”.

The spatial structure is displayed via pen, ink, paper and inkstone, the so called four treasures, symbolizing the series of abstract spaces, superbly showcasing the styles unique to China.

Cursive Pen: Extension of the feeling, taking a deep breath, displaying the slow-witted great wisdom unique to mental Montage. Dragon line ink: Confident unification of the totems and materials through the lighting, historic charm of fine arts, exhibiting the eclectic montage skills. Lantern paper: Wishing for happiness, looking up to the brightness, welcoming the warmth, encountering the free and unfettered montage wisdom. Jade inkstone: Purified water without wave, heart with clarity preceding the showing of true nature, resting and reassuring the people, loving the extreme purity, the macroscopic view for the montage.

Use of these materials within the space encompasses a semi-transparent feel. Building materials embedded in flowers create a fluctuating light, delicate and dense like woven brocade.

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Interior
China
Interior Commercial Offices

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