The Han Shang Lou project locates at the Phoenix island of Xiangqiao District in Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, where the island is one of the eight natural landscapes in the ancient Chaozhou city embraced by quiet elegance and pleasant climate.
Architect: JINGU PHOENIX SPACE PLANNING ORGANIZATION
Location: Chaozhou City, Guangdong, China
Area: around 8,000 m2
Designer: Ye Hui
Design team: Chen Jian; Lin Weibin; Chen Xuexian
Decoration design: Ye Hui, Zeng Dongxu, Li Xiaotong
From the architect: Taking into consideration the natural scenery of the island, the designer successfully integrates the unique food culture of Chaoshan people with spatial designs, creating a dining space with a perfect combination of color, aroma, taste and appearance.
Less is more. The designer seeks a balance between traditional Chinese aesthetics and the use of modern materials. The interpretation of Chinese aesthetics is expressed through materials and interior decoration. Combination of fiction and reality is neither strong nor plain. It is expressed by the integration of modern and oriental classical elements.
Traditional culture is inherited and re-created. Polished by time and history, traditional culture still has its own charm. The continuation of traditions lies not only on symbols. This is a combination between modern and eastern cultures. It is of more important to apply the old to the new. A look of extreme extravagance can be expressed by oriental culture. What difference is the cultural feeling of an introvert elegance.
"food, clothing, shelter and transportation" - Beauty comes from daily life. Food is also a type of aesthetics. Tasting food has quietly become the pleasure of our lives. A more comfortable and elegant place is provided for foodies. It becomes a way for us to enjoy life and enjoy designing in a more direct way.
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