发布时间：2023-10-07 17:41 阅读：200
The mountain gate is gradually opening
Hidden peaks and undulations
Entering the Garden of the East in the shimmering sunset light
A secluded half mountain forest dwelling in the bustling city
"Inheriting the cultural mansion of Tongliang and showcasing the charm of Eastern gardens"
The project is located in the northwest of Chongqing and is a residential building that integrates the environment, customers, and architecture, closely connected to the local history and culture. The designer takes the form of the "dragon" in the Copper Liang Dragon culture as the inspiration, and uses concise and graceful classical gardening techniques to integrate modern Eastern aesthetics with the concept of new urban mountains and forests into landscape expression, integrating and connecting, interpreting a passionate collision between modernity and the East.
The tall germanium copper colored gatehouse stands towering in front of the viewer, drawing their gaze inward and extending the beauty of luxury and simplicity. The square courtyard lights are placed on both sides, echoing the lush canopy trees and shrubs, enhancing the visibility and sense of sequence in the entrance space. A visual and perceptual experience begins here!
Slowly moving forward, the metal hollowed out mountain shaped landscape wall and mirrored water pool spring out, and the rivers and mountains are like a picturesque scroll. The ancients preferred to live by mountains, surrounded by water, and surrounded by golden mountains stretching like dragon ridges. The water in the hanging mirror pond quietly reflected the sky and earth, hidden but not exposed. The tree shadows slanted horizontally, and the wind was clear and the sky was far away. The joy of clearing the world is nothing but that.
At the corner of the field of vision, the light and shadow are mottled, passing through the barrier of the landscape wall, and stepping onto the winding and moderate Chinese style Jubilee Corridor, a withered landscape comes into view. Using techniques such as separating, obstructing, framing, and penetrating to separate and combine spaces, sensory stacking is carried out at the three levels of form, environment, and rhyme. White sand, ink stones, green grass, and the sky create a myriad of Zen sentiments in every inch, bringing peace to the heart.
The courtyard space is separated by landscape walls and finely polished with hard stone to create a natural texture. The red maple and evergreen trees are arranged in a staggered manner, adding a finishing touch without complexity, creating a sense of hierarchy and richness in the plant space. Step by step, with different scenery, feel the vastness and vastness of heaven and earth in the atmosphere of dry mountains and rivers.
Appreciating cherry blossoms in spring, smelling camphor trees in summer, admiring red maple trees in autumn, listening to the sound of osmanthus falling, watching the wild growth of flowers and plants, tranquil in the beauty of daily life. Sitting by the window, watching the light and shadow cast by the trees sway in the wind, instantly comforting the fatigue in work and life.
Strolling in the corridor, the strong pine stands on the rocks, and the mist of the pond in front of the courtyard is shrouded in mist, with a faint microwave. During the walk, one does not feel a clear and relaxed state of mind. The second and third events of life suddenly pass by, disappearing invisibly with the light wind. The soul can be soothed and healed in the Zen space.
Entering the corridor for a nap, there is a landscape painting with a strong Eastern aesthetic in front of you. The majestic and graceful pine trees, paired with strong stones, red maple trees, curved flowing water, and sandy beaches, take the shape of water and the meaning of pine, creating a vast world and insight into the world. The wind passes through the pine forest, the sound of waves rises and falls, and the light and shadow dance in the corridor. Time flows quietly, as if far away from the hustle and bustle of the world, returning to the depths of the soul in nature.
Continuing to walk, behind the Moon Cave Gate, a minimalist landscape painting is presented, perfectly depicting the classical and elegant style of Eastern gardens through ancient gardening techniques. At this point, you can sit quietly with three or two friends, watching the swaying red maple trees and the faint fragrance of flowers gradually entering your breath, feeling the infinite vitality of nature.
Surrounded by emerald trees, the silver spring flows gently down layer by layer, clear and transparent, hanging quietly like a crystal. The water vapor permeates between the ink colored rock slabs, and the moist breath seeps into the heart and spleen. The section stone is extremely textured and textured, highlighting the crystal clear and stirring water flow. The fusion of landscape and poetry makes people linger and forget to leave.
Walking along the path in the backyard woods, I unconsciously slowed down. In the embrace of nature, rocky roads and towering pine and cypress trees intertwine to create a layered understory space. Sitting, strolling, contemplating here, my thoughts and light breeze rise and fall together, exploring the secrets of time, and the poetic and smooth nature leaps into my heart.
This case reflects on the past, as well as the present and future. It interprets the concept of residential design with modern Eastern aesthetics, introducing new urban mountains and forests into it, pursuing the ultimate elegance of modern gardens, blending mountains and green spaces, and promoting the coexistence of nature and culture.