The project is located in Daoming town, Chongzhou city. In order to revitalize the village and promote the development of local traditional handicrafts, the owner selected a 30-years old house and transformed it into a museum displaying local bamboo weaving culture while preserving its architectural style.
崇州竹编博物馆的空间设计来源主要提取竹子本身的物理特性： “色”、 “艺”、 “影”、 “形”、 “光”。
The spatial design of the bamboo weaving museum in Chongzhou is originated from the physical characteristics of bamboo itself: “color”, “art”, “shadow”, “shape”, and “light”.
Bamboo “color” — the natural color system formed by bamboo from green to dry. The color is originated from nature and returns to nature. The overall color of the museum is white and gray, with the natural color of dried bamboo as highlight.
Bamboo “skill” — thousands of kinds of weaving processes. The old house had too many cloaking-bucket wooden structure, which was a little tangled. The designers used bamboo weave to enclose the wooden structure of the original house forming a decorative and display design effect.
▼竹编装置包裹住原始老宅的穿斗木结构，the bamboo-weaved installation encloses the wooden structure of the original house
Bamboo “shadow” – the silhouette of bamboo in traditional Chinese painting and its application in interior space.
▼展览空间细部，interior detailed view
Bamboo “form” — bamboo itself has extremely good plasticity, encouraging the designers to use parametric design to create a wall decorated with bamboo devices to highlight the creativity and future of bamboo weaving.
▼接待区域的竹编装置造型墙， a bamboo-weaved wall in the reception area
Bamboo “light” – when you think of bamboo, you can imagine that you are in a bamboo forest, watching the light shining through the gaps among them to the ground. Stylist hides spotlights behind the bamboo creating the mottled shadow from the bamboo clearance.
▼射灯藏于竹编背后，the spotlights are hidden behind the bamboo
▼光影，light and shadow
▼室内装置模型图，interior installation model
▼装置龙骨样式，the component pattern