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Located in Ning-Bo city, the site is right next to the famous ancient temple, Jin’E Temple, with a ditch in between. The foundation of house happens to look one dado higher than the main hall of the temple, due to the special terrain on which the house sits on. With the construction plan that the temple is in taken into consideration, the site does not want to be too modern to stay in line with the integrity of the whole area, or it doesn’t want to be too conservative to bear the basic functions of a modern residence. And besides, the owner’s intention is to build a nice place to stay and rest and may someday turn it to a meditation center or reception house of the temple. So there goes our construction goal.
▼项目外观，external view of the building ©细细设计
▼模型，建筑被氛围两区，成一定角度，model, the building is divided into two parts angled to each other ©细细设计
Traditionally, buildings along a temple axis tend to be supplementary to the temple. The geographical advantage of Chao’s residence allows an environment to connect with the gods. On the other hand, construction style wise, the owner’s simple intention will lead to a disproportion of the site area and the building, which makes the design not simple at all.
In order to balance the space, our designer decides to build “cortex” walls instead of traditionally interior walls. A cortex wall is one that can breathe in and out, and it visually extends the size of the house, filling the place with both virtual space and real space. Furthermore, along with the gradient change of the terrain, the building is divided to two areas, one of which is at a certain angle to the other, subtly making up two large areas. And the two respective virtual spaces matches each other, forming a tridimensional courtyard.
▼通向项目的楼梯，stairs to the project ©细细设计
▼立面细部，设有不规则的方形开窗，closer view to the facade with square openings in different sizes ©细细设计
And not only that, Chao’s residence is design to be endowed with Oriental lingering charm. From a general view, the white walls and greenish black tiles of the building contrast finely with the quiet and secluded bamboo grove. The house sits with its back to the grove, touching a gentle stream, and opens its yard to those thrifty trees, creating the building and the nature a harmonious relationship. In terms of specifics, the design of the ambulatory aisle, the lattice windows and the lotus pond outline a Chinese styled courtyard. Those geometric openings on the cortex walls offer quite a glimpse of our designer’s ingenuity. The clever application of the “borrowed scenery” designing method captures an infinite artistic conception out of a finite space, offering a place for souls to take peaceful rests.
▼消隐在竹林中的建筑，building hidden in the bamboo forest ©细细设计
▼建筑与周边环境的关系，relationship between the building and its surroundings ©细细设计
▼建筑两区之间的弧形庭院，curved courtyard connecting the two parts of the building ©细细设计
▼入口水池，pool at the entrance ©细细设计
▼一层餐厅边的庭院，first floor courtyard outside the dining space ©细细设计
▼二层植被区与一层庭院相呼应，planting area on the second floor corresponded to the courtyard below ©细细设计
The first storey of the building consists of two secluded areas, one of which is the home theater room and the other the dining room with a tea room and share bathrooms aside. On the second storey there are the master bedroom, the two kitchens and a bathroom, with the study at the core of the storey. The white walls and greenish black tiles of the building form a pitched roof. The white walls are not really the walls, but the wall plaster. The real walls that actually separate the outside from the inside are those big glass walls. The ambulatory aisle goes along the lotus pond, with six rooms pairwise overlapping with each others, making crossovers where the bath rooms are set. A panoramic skylight protrudes from the roof, standing like the top of a round tower. The sunbeam flowing through the skylight really gives a feeling of being in the embraces of nature. The scattered six rooms are strung with an ambulatory aisle to a tribe. Walking through the six rooms are like visiting six houses. The crossovers of those rooms respectively parallel the dining room, the tatami room and the share bathroom, which creates independent yet remarkable double-deck appearance.
▼餐厅和楼梯间，dining space and staircase ©细细设计
▼落地玻璃窗模糊室内外空间，french window blurred the boundary between interior and exterior ©细细设计
This case best shines in the idea of creating a place that fits finely in nature. The design meets the goals by not only embracing the neighboring buildings but also building itself an internal harmony. Leave the architectural design patterns unfolded, and reform them to be an artistic impression. Should you mentally break the architectural design patterns to elements and leave them, they would quickly rebuild you an artistic impression, leading you to a wonderful vision of Oriental yet natural charm.
▼空间细部，details of the space ©细细设计