记录 | record
Life is trivial and always will be. The project has undergone many problems such as site changes. It has transformed from the secluded and independent cliffs and promontory landscapes to the village seascape where the chickens and dogs hear each other. The environment has changed, and the details of the original plan have been reluctantly abandoned. The process is long. Another small courtyard renovation was interspersed in the middle. Fortunately, the team and the designer have tacitly interpreted the persistence. “Out of the good expectation of the common goal, we will overcome all difficulties and go to the mountains and seas together”
▼项目外观，exterior view ©花颀
Through our participation in the homestay project, we have also been involved in the proposition of the era of rural reconstruction. Compared with the grand macro project, we are more fascinated by the consideration of a single individual. Inside, narrate through details.
▼建筑立面，the facade ©花颀
情绪壳体 | Emotional shell
The house was originally a residential house, the front and the back are staggered. The front two floors are along the street, and the back three floors are for the bed and breakfast space. The essence of space is a shell, which contains emotions in an appropriate way. There is a gardenia flower at the entrance, and the fragrance can float to the guest room on the third floor for a long time.
▼入口，the entrance ©花颀
Guiding design with emotions has always been the basis of our design. Facing the mountain and sea landscape around the project, considering the attachment state of emotion to the space, the intuition flash in my mind is the state of primitive humans looking out in the cave. Returning to the need for space in the beginning, what I want to feel is nothing more than being at ease, sheltering from wind and rain, and looking at the world. Therefore, the design concept of the project has become a view of mountains and seas, with undisturbed materials and space, giving users a stable state.
▼室内空间，the interior space ©花颀
▼空间与材质，space and the materials ©花颀
Houses by the sea often see height differences due to the topography, and sometimes they are unexpected surprises. The volume rises successively, and the room has a sea view to the maximum extent. The dining space along the street also has two parallel high-error falling volumes due to the topography. At first, it was judged as a negative space by people, which compromised the usable area.
▼二层用餐空间，dining space on the second floor ©花颀
But sometimes the fascination of design lies in the fact that when many functions, elements, and moving lines are displayed in the mind so complicated, something will always happen properly, bridging the shortcomings of the status quo, and even silently opening the Pandora’s box of spatial reshaping. The high platform eventually became a long-conceived design fire. The handrail device made of the sand on the beach is an independent scene with functions.
▼用餐空间细部，details of the dining space ©花颀
裂隙 | Fissure
A fissure is not a crevice, we define it as a way of viewing and flowing in space. Pull out the space movement line, the form of opening the window, the proportion of the passage. . . The unity is upgraded to a fissure, echoing the communication between the two blocks, and telling how the coherent movement affects the spatial order. The form of window opening-the viewing angle of the outside environment in the room is a form of fissure. The treatment of the height difference of the dining space is another way of thinking about the fissure: the space has been re-planned to use the scale to allow two spaces Independent applicable functions, independent of each other. We left a gap of 400 height between the two. Sitting in a high position behind, you can just see the sea outside through the gap. The height difference between the two places communicates through the fissure, and there is a new difference in the feeling of seeing each other.
▼空间的对视和流动，a way of viewing and flowing in space ©花颀
The circle is the most inclusive element, which can coordinate all orders. The circular fissure at the entrance seems to limit the view. The essence is that the gardenias in front of the door, the outdoor seats, the ocean wind and the moon have a rounded echo with the indoor space. All eyes have focus.
▼从上层看向入口圆形裂隙，view of the circular fissure at entrance from upper level ©花颀
流质空间 | Fluid space
The emotional basis of the design of a residential unit can be defined as the wind blowing in and flowing out smoothly. The presupposition of fluid space allows people to feel the surrounding climate in the simplicity, while possessing aesthetic elegance and surprises.
▼居住单元，a residential unit ©花颀
▼亲子房，the parent-child room ©花颀
▼亲子房的木质家具，furnitures of the parent-child room ©花颀
About parent-child room: high and low bed, slide, ocean ball pool, writing area. The design of the parent-child room basically digs out the ultimate use of every inch of the space from horizontal to vertical. A good parent-child space should be round and friendly, durable, stable with a habitat, and run with wind.
▼写字台区，the writing area ©花颀
The cave room on the top floor is a straightforward display of the emotional shell and fluid space. When you enter this, you will instantly forget the swift world, and there is only the ancient ocean in front of you.
▼洞穴房间，the cave room ©花颀
▼海景视野，view of the ocean ©花颀
The design of the shell cave blurs the concept of the wall and the top surface, everything becomes a smooth inner ring. When the space reaches a delicate balance, the chaotic emotions gradually fade away, and there is no sign of turbulence, which is a big hidden for life.
▼一层餐饮空间，Dining space on the first floor ©舟不离空间设计
▼二层餐饮空间，Second floor dining space ©舟不离空间设计
▼三层民宿空间，Three-story homestay space ©舟不离空间设计
▼四层民宿空间，Four-story homestay space ©舟不离空间设计
▼五层民宿空间，Five-story homestay space ©舟不离空间设计
Project name: Yinlan Food Collection. Ershe
Designer: Qingdao Zhoubuli Space Design
Project design & completion year: 2021.7
Master creation and design team: Nathan zhang, Wang Meng BO, Ou Yang Hai, Li Xinliang
Project address: Qingdao. Laoshan. Fanling Village
Building area: 500㎡
Photography copyright: Huaqi
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