Lanxi Curtilage, Chengdu
  • Location: International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, Chengdu, China
  • Client: Chengdu Qingyang Suburb Construction & Development Co., Ltd.
  • Area: Approx 4000㎡
  • Design: June, 2008 - March, 2009
  • Construction: April, 2010 - October, 2011
  • Architect: Philip F. Yuan / Archi-Union Architects
  • Design Team: Lv Dongxu, Meng Yuan, Alex Han
  • Photography: Shen Zhonghai

The Lanxi Curtilage is located at the International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park in Chengdu, China. It is composed of three parts: restaurant, inner courtyard and private club. It is an interpretation of traditional Chinese architecture through the language of digital fabrication methods.
Spatial layout of this project represents a new interpretation on traditional South Chinagarden. Multiple layout of longitudinal residence and courtyard reflects hierarchical and multi-dimensional spatial pattern of traditional gardens. Ups and downs of building roof embody rolling mountains and rivers, and also function as metaphor of traditional Chinese sloping roof culture.


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