PARK NO.1

Project Location:JIANGSU·YANGZHOU

Project Scale:Planning Area :75500㎡, Overall Floorage:146490.5㎡

Project Process:Completed

Project Time:2018-01-18

Project location and overview:

Yangzhou is located in the middle of jiangsu province, the intersection of Yangtze river and beijing-hangzhou canal, located in China's most dynamic Yangtze river delta economic circle, is an important industrial and commercial port city of "Yangtze river delta".

This project is located on the south side of wenchang east road of yangzhou city, west of garden road and qujiang park to the east.

Most of the land is residential buildings, and the whole lot is relatively flat and unreserved and utilized natural and cultural landscape.

The environment is mostly residential, surrounded by urban roads, convenient traffic, beautiful environment and favorable overall environment.

Design philosophy:

The application of the "que" culture of traditional Chinese architectural culture reflects the nobility and the conciousness of the location, which can bring great convenience and benefit to human life.

The modern man pursues the way of health, the noise of the dust, just to enjoy the quiet life.

Will "bamboo wind, water, landscape, and" of Chinese culture into the "zen" for construction, interpretation of "internal, tolerance, harmony" concept of dwelling, characterized by Oriental spirit construction and innovation of the Oriental culture.

Give full consideration to the project itself to express the cultural connotation and artistic conception, strive to structure form, space scale, landscape planning, water culture and traditional courtyard reflects the living state of the beauty of harmony and tranquility.

With the concept of courtyard as the core, it is like the traditional enclosed courtyards and the harmonious atmosphere of idyllic style.

Multiple courtyards, multiple Spaces, both open and introverted, integrate traditional culture and modern construction technology.

This paper puts forward the concept of "landscape and garden," and further extends the characteristics of traditional gardens, trying to create a garden habitat between the true mountains and the real water.