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Medieval Rethink
Medieval Rethink
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Medieval rethink

The cultural centre becomes the new destination for villagers to congregate and to socially interact. Here, opportunities arise to great a truly cultural contemporary icon inspired by a historical monument that links old and new.

We make a focus in the cultural centre. An object that is the primary function, a multipurpose hall that most villagers will congregate in large social events. Other functions are clustered around the object that naturally creates internal streets and courtyards that are filled with an abundance of natural landscape.

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Status: Under Construction
Location: Guandong, CN
Firm Role: Scheme Design Architect
Additional Credits: Location: An undisclosed Village in Fujian, PRC
Area: Approx. 7000 square metre
Client: Undisclosed Private Committee
Design Team: Wai Tang, Kelvin Chu, Landy Liu

 
Past and Future
Past and Future
Site analysis in Guangdong
Site analysis in Guangdong
The Medieval Village
The Medieval Village
Framing for the design upraising the image of Medieval Village
Framing for the design upraising the image of Medieval Village
The Zhu Pu Medieval Village
The Zhu Pu Medieval Village
Abstract
Abstract
Layering
Layering
Pixelation
Pixelation
Captured the history
Captured the history
Sectional Facade hierarchy
Sectional Facade hierarchy
Pixelation of the 4 Facades
Pixelation of the 4 Facades
Sketch of the Medieval rethink
Sketch of the Medieval rethink
Roofscape of cultural centre
Roofscape of cultural centre
Cultural Centre Model Front
Cultural Centre Model Front
Cultural Centre Model
Cultural Centre Model
Medieval rethink Cultural Centre
Medieval rethink Cultural Centre
Entrance Lobby of cultural Centre
Entrance Lobby of cultural Centre
Interior of cultural centre
Interior of cultural centre
Interior view of cultural centre
Interior view of cultural centre
medieval rethink the method of abstraction
medieval rethink the method of abstraction