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项目地点 ︱ 中国 佛山
小区名称 ︱ 力合科技园C座
建筑面积 ︱ 1000平方米
设计师 ︱ 赵灿力
设计构思 DESIGN CONCEPT
The project is located on a smallridge in a Science & Technology Park in Guangdong, China. The north side isseparated from the lake by the road. It is surrounded by a row of low-riseoffice buildings and townhouses.By building a new courtyard on the west side, the threedirections of south, west and north are selected as the shooting points for theoverall exterior scene。
The villa has five floors. Afterconsidering the planning and circulation of the courtyard, the designer Mr.Zhao connected the second floor with the courtyard, forming a circulation linefrom the parking through the courtyard, and into the interior. Large-areawindows are added to the west wall to create a facing relationship with thecourtyard。
The third floor is the living areaof the client. Mr.Zhao considers a symmetrical axis from north to south andfrom east to west to form three areas: the public area of the elevator hall andthe aisle, the private space of zazen area and cloakroom, the open communication area of island and theliving room.
In the elevator hall and aislearea, the designer uses high and low structural devices to create a series ofaesthetic and ritual sense. The zazen area realizes the partition andtransition of space through glass partitions, and at the same time, it canoverlook the west courtyard through the progressive space.
The right side of the zazen areaand the desk are constructed in a symmetrical manner. At the same time, thevertical extension of the ceiling and the consistent material make theentrance, the zazen area and the living room to form an organic and unifiedspace. Behind the sofa in the living room, there is an independent fabricbackground partition that does not reach the ceiling, which not only adds theoriental artistic atmosphere of the space, but also puts the light of theliving room into the stairwell. The extra-long TV background in the living roomis connected to the corner platform of the stairs, which creates a sense ofvisual extension and forms an interspersed and coordinated spatial rhythm as awhole.
The master bedroom is on the thirdfloor, the designer placed the bed in the center of the room, and set aU-shaped package with a low partition for the background of the bed, which notonly has a sense of security but also forms a circular movement line that doesnot block the sight of the space. At the same time, light-colored wood finishesand fabrics are selected to convey a relaxed, comfortable and warm atmosphereand make people sleep well at night.
The fourth floor is the exclusivespace for the son who Studied abroad and came back. According to the client'sidea and the compressed window area on the fourth floor, Mr. Zhao got throughthe walls of the stairwell, added a new lighting patio on the fifth floor, andreplaced the walls with some open shelfs，so that it can make up for the lack of internal lighting.
The master bedroom on the fourthfloor contains five functional areas：the preface hall, the sleeping area, the washing area, the study andthe cloakroom. In terms of spatial relationship, the designer broke theconventional square space by an embedded glass shoe cabinet, balanced the TVbackground wall and the ratio of the space. At the same time，the side of the TV background is extended to make the study form asemi-enclosed space, and then raised the TV background to form a semi-enclosedspace. The raised wardrobe behind the desk and the passage make the threespaces of the study, cloakroom and washing area be independent and related. Thecloakroom and the washing area are designed nearby to make the route more smoothand natural
The washing area is equipped with an open bathtub, a separateshower room, a dressing table, and a toilet room. The partitions are divided bylong lines and large surfaces. A differentiated treatment is made in terms ofmaterial tonality, which highlights the formal beauty of functionaldeconstruction and reorganization.
The dining room is on the fifthfloor. The designer opened a square patio on the ceiling to bring in more lighting.At the same time, the designer adopt the concept of a horizontal long window inthe aisle, so that the view outside the window is slowly unfolded like aChinese painting scroll. Inadvertently, the view outside the window contrastswith the sense of ceremony of the dining room. When people enter the space, thestate of relaxation can be guided out and establish a sense of intimacy ofsharing by taking advantage of the natural view.