No Green Hills | Slow Fang she ——TDLL 未见青山.慢方舍 / 铁定溜溜
Manfang She is located in Xiashantou Village, Yueqing City, Wenzhou City, in the world's largest, longest, and tallest playground with the theme of slides. The project revolves around the innovation of modern agricultural tourism, and combines modern design with rural interest by combining aesthetics, culture, locality and other elements.
One side of the world, the speed is slow, the movement is the same. Fang knows, there is a side and there is a gain.
Slow·Fangshe focuses on slowness, allowing people to calm down in the space. It is not dominated by their own ideology, but empathy. The use of materials avoids being too delicate and shining, and the overall is simple and honest. Provide living scenes for people living here, and endow the space with its own attributes and temperament. Coming here, you just need to let go of yourself and slow down your life.
The exterior walls and interiors of the courtyard buildings use local stone materials, inorganic grinding stones are used on the ground, and artistic paints are used on the walls to add natural texture. Micro-cement is used locally to create spatial layers. Old elm boards and metal iron boards add a sense of stability to the space.
Soft clothing is the pursuit of inaction nature. The clay pots thrown away by the villagers during the renovation of their houses were picked up, and a handful of branches were picked up in the wild. The installations and paintings are selected from the collection of photos of the rural construction process, and the moving and momentary scene photos are carefully selected. Through the special processing technology of oil paintings and old photos, they present an abstract and simple beauty.
The choice of furniture does not have a specific style, which is in line with the original intention of de-stylization. The team sourced a lot of local furniture, middle-aged furniture, and the sofa upholstery is mainly made of cotton and linen, and the color is high-grade gray with low saturation. Let people walk around here easily and follow the light.
Although the homestay is a commercial project, the purpose of the design is to be simple and humble, to decentralize, to de-label, to integrate into the countryside, and to introduce wildness into the interior. From the perspective of commercial operation, it meets the planning of different room types. Each room has a large area of floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize natural lighting and ensure the transparency of the interior space. The mountain scenery is integrated into the interior, and the scenery of the years is between the windows and shadows. Through the afterglow of sunrise and sunset, you can feel the change of seasons.
Where there is light, there will be stories, and many stories come from mountains, fields, and woods. If you stop, it will find you and give you warmth and light. This beam of light lives among the green forests, accompanied by the breeze of the fields. When you come here, you only need to let go of yourself and slow down your life. Bathed in the luster of time, the simple and quiet beauty of simplicity.