感谢 林君翰（联系邮箱：firstname.lastname@example.org） + Olivier Ottevaere（ 联系邮箱：email@example.com）予gooood分享以下内容。
Appreciations towards John Lin (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org) + Olivier Ottevaere (contact: email@example.com) for providing the following description:
▼视频，video © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼全景鸟瞰，general view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
In a contemporary hot spring spa and villa complex, the 202 Village Guesthouses brings modern and traditional living together through an architectural strategy that combines traditional craft and experimental techniques in a blend of research and design. With a long history dating back to the year 202 AD, the site is located in a valley that has been only accessible by boat until recent years. Bamboo forests are common and a rich tradition of bamboo crafts and basket weaving is part of this area’s cultural heritage.
▼场地正面鸟瞰，aerial frontal view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼客房建筑鸟瞰，houses aerial view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼场地平面图，site plan © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
Situated along the side of a steep valley sloping down to the river, the architecture takes some time to reveal itself, at first appearing to be a series of peaks and valleys, made in timber and concrete. Upon entering the reception center from the roof level, the view opens up to the historic river valley, framed by an undulating roof that has been cast with bamboo and fabric formwork. Built half in concrete and half in wood, the structure is an unusual combination of crafting with local materials and typical low-cost concrete construction. The natural qualities of the bamboo become apparent where the combination of soft fabric and the irregularity of the bamboo poles creates a moving “curtain” of concrete that is reminiscent of the bamboo forests nearby.
▼酒店主体建筑外观，hotel completed view outside © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼酒店主体建筑立面，hotel roof front view completed © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼酒店屋顶和客房建筑，hotel roof and house © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼屋顶景观，curve roof timber landscape © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼接待中心内部，interior reception concrete curve © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼接待中心和室外露台，reception and outdoor terrace © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼从室内望向曲面混凝土竹纹理天花，interior view of the curved ceiling © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
The views of the valley continue to be framed in close up and distant ways through the arrangement of the villas. The resort consists of 7 villas, each one designed as a further research and evolution of the traditional dong minority wooden house construction. The traditional frame structure of the dong craftspeople is retained, but combined in a unique set of floor plans. Because of the highly constrained nature of the mountainous site, only a limited number of building locations was available. Therefore, each villa orients itself towards a unique and private view, while combining variations of single and multiple family units. Within each and every bedroom, there is the feeling that the landscape exists just for you.
▼客房建筑鸟瞰，houses aerial view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼客房建筑外观，houses exterior view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼框景，rocks framed © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼室内砖墙和木结构，interior brick wall timber structure © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼室内复杂的木结构，complex wooden structure © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼卧室，interior bedroom © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼客房spa区，interior spa © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
Finally, the spa was built as a further experimentation with the responsive bamboo/fabric formwork; taking the robustness of the construction technique a step further by filling one of its shells with water. As a result, and at odds with gravity, a cantilevered beach pool emerges from the sloped terrain, while beneath its corrugated ceiling, a tranquil and concealed space for bathing and relaxation is created.
▼泳池鸟瞰，pool aerial view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼悬臂式海滩游泳池，the cantilevered beach pool © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
202村·民宿 是一次独特的知识交流合作项目。由香港大学的John Lin（林君翰）和Olivier Ottevaere与当地合伙人建筑师行村建筑设计事务所（张清源和关慧龙）的带领下，该项目涉及了一系列的实验性建筑。 双方曾经合作过建造三个木凉亭：Pinch （捏）, Sweep（扫） and Warp（扭曲），而这次的项目是之前实验的结果。这些震后修复项目的重点是通过利用线性几何形状来适应特定地点的实际情况，以振兴木材建筑。
▼酒店剖面图（以木制屋顶为截面），cross-section through timber roof © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼剖面图（以混凝土外壳为截面），cross-section through concrete shell © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
The 202 Village Guesthouses is conducted as a unique knowledge exchange collaboration with John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere from The University of Hong Kong. With local partner architects, Xingcun (Ben Zhang and Guan Huilong), this project involves a series of experimental constructions that are the result of a collaboration which previously included three built wooden pavilions: Pinch, Sweep and Warp. These post-earthquake rehabilitation projects focused on revitalizing timber construction by utilizing linear geometries adapted to highly site-specific situations.
▼混凝土和木制屋顶施工，concrete timber roof construction © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼檐下视角 & 竹制屋顶施工，view from below & bamboo roof construction © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
这次项目中，林先生和Ottevaere先生探索了一个崭新的设计方向 – 如何运用织物和竹竿的线性几何造成混凝土壳的基础模板。受到竹林和竹筐编织工艺的启发，他们有意识地努力弥合手工艺与建筑之间的鸿沟，以发展和改变这些重要的传统。竹竿用于说明一系列旋转直线，描述了每个壳体的特定双曲线几何形状。为了弥补每根杆之间留下的不规则间隙，他们决定拉长一大片布料来覆盖竹顶。
竹子与织物：一种硬，一种软，两种材料展现出了一种新颖的模板技术。该技术使模板可重复利用，并响应了混凝土的独特性能 – 例如液体压力。铸造时，竹竿的波纹会在混凝土壳下浮现。模板材料和液态混凝土互相的作用力赋予了材料的最终的形态。
▼轴测拆解图，scaffold axo © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
In this recent project, Lin and Ottevaere explore a new variation, where the use of linear geometry is the basis for casting concrete shells on a formwork made of fabric and bamboo poles. Inspired by the bamboo forests and the intricacies of bamboo basket making, there was a conscious effort to bridge the gap between handicraft and architecture in order to evolve and transform these important traditions. Bamboo poles are used to account for a series of rotating straight lines, describing the specific doubly-curved geometry of each shell. To compensate for the irregular gaps left open between each pole, large sheets of fabric are stretched to cover the bamboo top.
Together, bamboo and fabric or hard and soft materials put forward a novel formwork technique that becomes adaptable, reusable and responsive to the unique properties of concrete; such as liquid pressure. Upon casting, corrugations are registered on the underneath surface of the concrete shells. They are the result of the active participation of the formwork materials with the live forces of the liquid concrete which ultimately give them their final form.
▼竹竿用于说明一系列旋转直线，bamboo poles are used to account for a series of rotating straight lines © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼布料覆盖竹顶 & 混凝土外壳，large sheets of fabric are stretched to cover the bamboo top & concrete shell© John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼混凝土屋顶细节，concrete curve hotel roof detail © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
This economical and efficient building technique proposes a straightforward and expedient technology that is easily transferrable to local laymen. It does so not only by making use of cheap and readily available materials, but also by being flexible in the various shapes and forms that can be realized with this construction technique alone based on local needs, ranging in types from column to wall to beam to roof. Working with local materials and techniques while exploring the possibilities inherent in this specific context, the project reaffirms that the advancement of architectural ideas is achieved hand-in-hand with a deep connection to multiple building traditions.
▼场地平面，site plan © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼酒店夜景，hotel completed night view © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼正立面图，front elevation © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼天花板底部透视，bottom perspective © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼结构几何形态，structure geometry © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼立面展开图，unfolding © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼屋顶轮廓线，progression of the rooflines © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼壳体平面，shell plan © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼壳体剖面图，shell sections © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼室内平面图，interior floor plan © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
▼客房平面图，room plans © John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere
202 Village Guesthouses
Design: John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere at The University of Hong Kong
设计： 林君翰和Olivier Ottevaere （香港大学）
Local Architect: Xingcun (Ben Zhang张清源 and Guan Huilong 关慧龙)
Research Assistants: Josephine Saabye, Zubin Singh, Xia Chengwei, Liu Chang, Bo Yee Lau, Haotian Zhang, Chiara Oggioni
Project location: Baojing, Hunan Province, China
Completion year: 2021
Size: 2570 sqm
Cost:14 million rmb
Client: Baojing Local Government