Shadow Play Gallery
The site is located at the ruins of a ruined elementary school in the village. The remaining building is in the form of a long and narrow straight line, 5.7m wide and 47m long. The terrain of the base is triangular. The north side of the base is adjacent to the ancient concert hall. In the overall network of relationships, how to create a harmonious venue relationship between the Shadow Play Cultural Center and the ancient concert hall has become the starting point of the layout of this project. Along the axis of the main trail on the south side, we designed an axis road that runs straight through the site. As a continuation of the main trail, this road makes the pedestrian traffic flow more efficient, and at the same time emphasizes the core position of the ancient concert hall in the overall planning layout. In accordance with the relationship of the site, this pedestrian path has a sunken layout, which forms the sunken square space of the Shadow Play Cultural Center.
The village has a complete architectural form, from the slope roof to the courtyard form, the height of the building. These constitute the integrity of the village. The design, intended to respect the surrounding building relations, from the roof form to the height of the building and facade materials, are trying to achieve integration with the surrounding environment.
FORM & SPACE
Xijingyu’s rural roads, private houses, and mountainous terrain form a patchwork of spatial order. In this order, the typical forms of existence include courtyard walls, squares, upward or downward trails, and narrow alleys formed by stone courtyard walls. In this case, an in-depth study of these space fields was carried out, and the spatial relationship with which they wanted to be coordinated was extracted to form the spatial order of the cultural center.
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