Located in the historical city of Nanning, Guangxi, China, Tanyue Mansion is a sales center of residential property. It is also a cultural platform which shows the expressive force of ancient academy and promotes enterprise brand value in the future.
The design concept comes from the ancient oriental academy building, which is a wooden stone brick structure with rigorous symmetrical layout. The screens on both sides adopted the traditional type of ancient academy, in which there is not too much decoration, being simple and delicate, full of traditional charm. These traditional elements come from the evolution and refinement of the roof structure of Zhuang, which is one of the minority groups in China. This is the biggest feature of the project. The interior design is an extension of cultural spirit. The design method is combined with local cultural elements to achieve a more attractive effect.
In the middle of the secondary lobby, a calligraphy art installation is hanging, which is inspired by the exclusively invited calligraphy works displayed in the Cologne Fair. Another art installation is set at the reception desk, which is inspired by the designer's perception of water. The two installations echo each other in form, and resonate in spirit, showing the thousand years’ Chinese civilization and oriental philosophy.
The negotiation area adopted a painting of Guilin landscape and the book bar had wall of books on the two sides. The symmetrical space layout displayed the beauty of the traditional space order.
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