HANROW WOOD Taiyuan / HOOOLDESIGN STUDIO

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HANROW WOOD Taiyuan / HOOOLDESIGN STUDIO

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  • Zoned Area of ​​this architectural project Zoned:
    460 m²

  • Year Year of completion of this architecture project

    Year:


    2021


  • Photographs Photographs: Yulin Liu

  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project

  • Principal architect:

    Lei han

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© Yulin Liu

Text description provided by the architects. In modern times, life on the streets with “people” as a nucleus has gradually developed into a unique residential culture. The life shrouded in the streets and courtyards is full of scenes of rich and vivid activity and everyday city life. This project is located in Taiyuan, Shanxi province. The design takes “street life” as a starting point. The design focuses on the linear space of streets and alleys, extends rich architectural techniques to “streets and alleys”, and then brings vitality to the space.

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© Yulin Liu
Axonometric.  Image courtesy of HOOOLDESIGN STUDIO
Axonometric. Image courtesy of HOOOLDESIGN STUDIO
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© Yulin Liu

Man-made places also make people. Streets and alleys are places where citizens communicated daily. With the continued development and expansion of the city, its system of streets and lanes has also evolved. This project is located in Shanxi. In the past, Shanxi was mostly a combination of streets, courtyards, and caves. It will have many shared yard living facilities and landscapes. In this process, there will be many warm life scenes and emotional intersections between neighbors.

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© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu

Take space as a way to connect people with streets and alleys to create a vibrant scene of life. The design evokes life in the streets and alleys and expresses products whose source is life. Le Corbusier once said that the axis, as a pointing instrument, is very important for architectural design: “the layout consists of classifying the axis, the goal and the goal”. in this conception, the notion of trajectory replaces the axis. The axis uses lines to determine the three-dimensional and the plane, and defines the movement in the vertical structure, while the axis considers the building as a whole, allowing the existence of non-directional structures. The axis is replaced by the vector, and the user’s path determines the spatial structure and becomes the building’s “trim line”. The focus of the axis is its core, and the axis shows a continuous experience, enriching the entire journey as well as the destination.

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© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu

In order to make the streets more three-dimensional and rich, several construction boxes are made inside, which provides more possibilities for use and interaction with additional attributes. In addition, it also allows multiple boxes to twist and change, so as to achieve the variability of vision and line of motion. There are winding paths and quiet parts, and suddenly there are bright parts. The space can be up and down, sitting and lying down, not limited to the experience of the same latitude.

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© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu
© Yulin Liu

The spatial epidermis also uses many materials in their original state to express spatial emotion. It is hoped that this space will change and grow with users and experimenters. The free dispersion of the different huts naturally constitutes streets, landscapes and courtyards, forming the life of the street and returning to society.

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© Yulin Liu



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