The future science & technology experience center is designed in a public building that occupies 1,500 sq m of land to accommodate functions of cultural exhibition, investment services through leisure activities, communications, etc., in Quanlin Golden Town, Enping, Guangdong Province. Its design demonstrates unique aesthetic beauties at a location surrounded with lush mountains, lucid water and close to the historic gold mining sites. The sales center and Fengru Aviation Culture Theme Experience Center are on the ground and second floor respectively.
A “flying Saucer” shape is referred to for the architecture style by the project location, the surrounding environment taken into consideration, and with the arrival of aliens as the story line to generate the architecture design.
At the beginning of the architectural design, symbolic architectural language was adopted to establish a connection between the project and the historical environment. Try to imagine a mysterious flying saucer, quietly coming to this colorful earth, standing on the hill of Qingnanjiao Reservoir northern bank. The project was given more metaphorical meanings with the architecture spaces unfolded with a story told. The shape of the "flying saucer" in the center implies the future-oriented, high-spirited heroic spirit, marking a great era and a beautiful vision for the future
A sightseeing corridor is set on the first floor of the "flying saucer", and the other end is connected to a vertical sightseeing elevator, just like a time tunnel for aliens to reach the earth.
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