The stone evokes the idea of power intertwined with beauty, and a piece of semi-permeable acrylic, with a line of repetitive light illumination, outlines the spatial scale. The soft furnishings were crafted using 3D printing technology. Dewdrop-shaped lighting captures the imagination, evoking the idea of falling tears or rain.
The Spa Center uses semi-permeable glass as the wall, bringing light and shadow into the room through the architecture, creating a dream-like experience between inside and outside, between the real and the unreal. The sphere floating in the air, combined with the strong sense of sequence grille ceiling, becomes the visual focal point.
The Still Water Court restaurant adopts a structure of interlocking arches, forming an overlapping spatial order, incorporating an exotic resort-style to create a sense of refuge, deep and shallow light and shadow to enhance the atmosphere of wild extravagance.
The use of wood veneer and colourful elements makes the restaurant feel as if it has never left the bustling city centre, even though it is located in the mountains and wilderness, with a sense of interweaving the times and nature.
Walking into the Starry Night Cinema, a slow starry sky is projected on the ceiling.