Angsana Chengdu Wenjiang
  • 城市 : 成都温江   City : Wenjiang, Chengdu
  • 面积 : 22477.12㎡
  • 完成日期 : 2023-02-10    Completion Date : 2023-02-10
  • 设计师 : CCD香港郑中设计事务所   Designer : CCD/Cheng Chung Design (HK) Ltd.
  • 摄影 : 刘星昊   Photographer : Liu Xinghao
  • 事务所官方工作室名称 : CCD香港郑中设计事务所   Official Name : CCD/Cheng Chung Design (HK) Ltd.
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Angsana Chengdu Wenjiang  成都温江悦椿酒店
Located in the heart of Chengdu Plain, the hotel is near the complex of ancient courtyard-style buildings. It is combination the elements of the bamboo fence courtyard, the unique features like green tiles, earthen walls and bamboo weaving etc., to make every detail of the hotel quaint and natural with the rhythm of the original countryside of Chengdu. The design hopes to balance nature, history and culture, aesthetics and the functionality of the space and return to nature, using environmentally friendly materials to interpret the simplicity and seclusion unique to oriental courtyards, providing a place for travellers to rest their souls. The architecture is using the local ancient architecture as a prototype, and the interior continues the design language of it. Through modern design techniques, cultural features such as sloping roofs, green tiles, earthen walls and bamboo weaving are transformed into artistic elements of the space. The designer uses different cultural elements as differentiating points for each functional space. Selecting local and environmentally friendly materials, such as bamboo, wood and stone which are easy to recycle, and basing on ancient methods and folk craftsmanship highlights simplicity and rusticity, the design is returning to nature and reclaiming history. Moreover, the use of local workers and raw materials reduces the carbon footprint and is green and low-carbon while helping local employment and contributing to sustainable development. The naturally lit patio brings natural light into the interior and the bonfire gives the space more of a natural soul. The open kitchen, with its cooking table, echoes and intermingles with the space. The extensive use of original wood tones and rustic red bricks is a collision of modern and traditional elements. Bamboo elements intermingle dining and culture, creating a distinctive and unique atmosphere. In the reorganization of the building structure and courtyard, the boundary between interior and exterior is weakened. The guest rooms are comfortable, and the simple layout and soft color scheme make the space more pleasant.