杭州V+ Lounge是著名品牌V+继北京、成都后国内的第三家分店，由华夫设计(Studio Waffles)和零壹城市建筑事务所（LYCS Architecture）共同完成其室内空间设计。项目地处西湖旁最为繁华的核心商业区域——东坡路平海路口的西南角，3层以上便可远眺湖景，离苹果亚洲最大的旗舰店不足100米。项目独特的地理位置传递出关于湖水的灵感，设计团队通过对曲线、镜面与光线的运用，将水下、水面、水上的不同感官体验融入进室内空间。
The interior space of Hangzhou V+ Lounge, which serves as the famous brand’s third branch in China after Beijing and Chengdu, is designed together by Studio Waffles and LYCS Architecture. The project is located at the southwest corner of the crossroad of Dongpo Rd. and Pinghai Rd, which is also the most flourishing commercial zone nearby West Lake. Meanwhile, the site is less than one hundred meters away from the largest flagship store of Apple in Asia.It is this unique location of the project that initiated the inspiration of translating the water of West lake into a design concept. Curves, mirrors and different lights are adopted to support this concept, thus integrating diverse sensory experiences of underwater, water surface as well as over-water as a whole interior space.
▼ Northeast view of V Lounge 东北视角
▼ 6F Corridor 六层的走廊
Taking advantage of the height of the ground floor, the designers set light with geometrically divided form on a whole wall. The openness and grandeur is guaranteed. Fine and delicate materials imply the quality of the space in a luxury but modest way.
▼ Main Entrance 入口
水下游曳 Underwater Diving
The third floor is an integrated bar with various counters, which satisfy different needs of the customers.
A huge V+ logo is standing in the middle of resting area by joining pieces of black and white marbles together. The logo image varies as the view changes. The height of the space is deconstructed and recombined by a dramatic way of material expression that goes simultaneously with reflection image of many spot lighting, finally enhance the perception of this spacious lounge area.
▼ 3F Reception area 三层接待区
An underwater atmosphere is emphasized in the counter zone. There are translucent water-textured glass as wall and placing spotlights and diffuse lights on the top. After that,the designer, taking advantage of the depth of the space, constructing an underwater bar with its interior space shifting from the solid to the void. The counter itself is made by multi-layered glasses and mirrors. It smoothly presents an image of different seasons when the light changes.
▼ 3F Lounge Bar 酒吧区
▼ 3F Lounge Bar 酒吧区
水中探索 Exploring in the water
In the KTV part, the designers carry out a breakthrough way of introducing the scenery of West Lake into interior space.
The fifth floor is designed with the concept of rambling in the bottom of the lake. Mirrors and continuous grilling are adopted to present the underwater world deep into the lake.The corridor has a surface with both simplicity and elegance.Light is placed behind the mirror and in the gap between curved grillings. Compared with the dark ripples created by the lights and shadows, landscape of the West Lake is particularly vivid.
▼ 5F Private Room 包间
Rooms and corridors are joined organically with continuous grillings on the wall. There are thin boards in the boxes where various classic couches are supported. They seem to flow in the large box, reducing the conventional visual weight of itself. Hence the interior space visually becomes more expansive.
▼ 6F Corridor 走廊
The concept of the sixth floor is infinite West Lake. The interior space is sprightful with white streamlined wall adopted. They are connected seamlessly with reflective material. As simple and dynamic as its water metaphor, the whole space flows like a delicate curve left by a tiny boat cut through the West Lake.
▼ 6F Corridor 走廊
High-reflective materials in the corridors bring the outdoor scenery of West Lake into interior space. Between the image reflected on the ceiling and the view outside, a contradiction emerges. Meanwhile, there are flexible ribbon-like light coming from scattering lights near the corridor as if one can only experience when he travels in the sparkling underwater world.
In rooms on the sixth-floor, the whole space is divided into two open zones by structure and furniture. The floor in the box is carpeted with fine polished black floor, reflecting images of other parts of the room. In this reflective space, water theme fresco and dark sound-absorbing wool on the wall reinforce the existence of the space boundary, providing the beauty both in form and function.
In order to maximize the landscape value of West Lake, V+ rooms adopt a design method of connecting from inside to outside. There are a lot of full height glass and smooth mirrors on the ceiling and floor, which introduces the landscape of the lake into the rooms. Hence, customers are able to enjoy singing while embracing the natural landscape simultaneously.
▼ 6F Private Room 大包间
▼ 6F Private Room 大包间
水面荡漾 Rippling on the water
七层与八层是专属于V+ Lounge VIP的独享空间，设计语言与其他空间相统一，但却更为尊贵与奢华。沿西湖面的两层空间部分被上下打通，形成一个中空的空间，既交相呼应又独立分隔，并将水的语汇元素用现代的方式展示在空间中。
There are V+ Lounge VIP rooms on the seventh and eighth floors. With a similar and unified design language, these rooms are more luxury. An atrium independently connects the two floors on the lake side, representing water elements in the space in a rather modern way.
To express the lithesome light and shadow as well as delicate dynamics on the lake surface, space on the seventh floor is designed with fine massive material to pursue a twinkling expression of the water surface. Glass and metal provide a majority of the material selection of the counter area. Lights pass through the glass just in the way a shining diamond does, which draws the interior visual attention all on this counter.
▼ 7F VIP Room VIP沙发区
In the individual area, oval panels cover the pillar and form a table in a certain height. Thus unique dining experience is created Along the windows, several flexible tables and chairs are placed. The dark indoor space highlights the West Lake’s night scene outside the windows. The method of material contrast of seventh floor continues on the eighth floor. However, in order to distinguish from the free line elements on the seventh floor, line elements controlled more by sequence and symmetry are introduced on the eighth floor.
In VIP rooms, ceilings is constructed by white metal pieces and heavy solid concrete, emphasizing the both the weight and lightness, diversity and integrity in material. The designers chose dark tone stone jointed with metal lines as a floor pattern, whose deep dark skin serve as a counterpart of the white metal pieces,emphasizing the lithesome impression of the latter.
With several changes in details added, the cigar room keeps the sequential and symmetrical form. It becomes more subtle after elaborately considering lights exert their influence.
▼ 8F VIP Room VIP包间
▼ drawings 线图，点击可看大图
项目名称： 杭州V+ Lounge
室内设计：华夫设计 + 零壹城市建筑事务所
设计团队（华夫设计）： 王令尘(Oscar Wang)，温斌(Evan Wen)，宓安裕，张云龙
项目面积： 2779 平方米
Project Name: Hangzhou V+ Lounge
Interior Design: Studio Waffles + LYCS Architecture
Design Team(Studio Waffles): Oscar Wang，Evan Wen，MI Anyu，Nissa Zhang
Design Team(LYCS Architecture): RUAN Hao, HE Yulou, LAI Zhenyu,ZHANG Qiuyan, WU Miao, XU Weizhuo,XU Jing,LUO Jingzhong
Project Date: 2015
Size: 2779 sqm
Photo Copyrights: Studio Waffles ,LYCS Architecture
Drawing Copyrights: Studio Waffles ,LYCS Architecture