Huamanli lifestyle hall

Coffee is not just a noun, Its also a verb. Zhejiang_Jiaxing / China / 2021

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Along the scenic line between Jiaxing and Shanghai, there is a lazy and romantic purple flower sea, here is the Huamanli Life Aesthetics Museum. The retro wave never stops, and fashion trends emerge one after another. ZN Design reinterprets the brilliance and mellowness of the Renaissance with contemporary design language, looking for a spirit of freedom that spans time and space, and creating a contemporary lifestyle experience place with multiple social interactions. In the interlacing of retro and modern, we do not blindly follow and declare an independent design attitude.


Re-interpret the brilliance and mellowness of the Renaissance with contemporary design language, seek a free spirit that spans time and space, and create a contemporary lifestyle experience place with multiple social interactions.


With coffee culture as the design element, the essence of Renaissance humanism art is integrated into the space language without losing the daily relaxed atmosphere. This is the design inspiration for the designer facing this sea of ​​purple flowers.


The lightness of plants, the mellowness of coffee, and the artistic depth of the Renaissance, just like the multiple attributes of the times, make the sales offices detached from ordinary functions and play a more creative role in activating the power of the future community.


"Coffee is not only a noun, but also a verb, it connects people's activities." said the designer. The iconic copper conveying pipes and steam roasting drums in the coffee industry were transformed by designers into indoor space composition techniques, creating an industrial retro atmosphere.


The ceiling installation in the front hall refines the stained glass lattice windows of the Renaissance church, using 3D lasers and gradient stained glass to create a sense of lightness, just like the philosopher Merleau Ponty said, "the trembling of the branches after the birds fly away." Turn ordinary life into art.


Diffuse and radiant, the phantom chandeliers rotate in the heavens and the earth, full of the power of a new city.


Entering the art salon area along the longitudinal axis is like entering the bustling streets of Florence. The walnut wood veneer interprets the mellow taste buds of coffee with its warm, time-sensitive texture.


The sculptural long table incorporates green floral installations, art decorations, books, baking, illustrations, and handicrafts. The openness of the space encompasses every form of artistic experience.


The unique display surface along the street corridor was opened into three cultural and creative display spaces, using the concept of "art market" to respond to the large sea of ​​purple flowers on the surface. The social spaces lined up on both sides introduce the relaxed European street culture of Florence and add to the fireworks of daily life.


The three juxtaposed art bazaars have selected six classic surrealist paintings to illustrate the relevance of art and space, and distinguish the agility and playfulness of space in a unified design language.


As the author Sarah Bakewell said, "With a drink, a song, a drive, a touch of afterglow, an emotion, an unforgettable moment, turn the neglected perspective and restore the richness of the personal world."


Whether it's the scattered single chairs or the privacy of the deck separated by lily of the valley, they all present a sense of laziness on the street.


In the meantime, time is fixed in the "buzz" of Sartre's existentialism, and life builds a symbiotic relationship with art in natural language.


A large area of ​​retro terrazzo on the ground runs through the whole space from one end to the end, paying tribute to the sense of age of the Renaissance, and letting people recall the unforgettable experience of being on the streets of Florence in the afternoon.


Bamboo ink green, plant ash, string color, white tea, elegant gold, walls, ceilings and accessories are also comfortable and restrained earth tones. Drinking coffee, tasting wine, sipping tea, and getting better and more relaxed, like the ripples between coffee and milk, and like a tea boat floating in a cup.


From the beginning of creativity, designers have tried to create a public, open, and equal space in addition to the usual display functions.


In the future, whether it is a social space for users' deep participation, or an enviable check-in location next to the purple flower sea, the design aims to abandon the existing frame and let "people" become the starting and ending point of all this.

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    Along the scenic line between Jiaxing and Shanghai, there is a lazy and romantic purple flower sea, here is the Huamanli Life Aesthetics Museum. The retro wave never stops, and fashion trends emerge one after another. ZN Design reinterprets the brilliance and mellowness of the Renaissance with contemporary design language, looking for a spirit of freedom that spans time and space, and creating a contemporary lifestyle experience place with multiple social interactions. In the interlacing of...

    Project details
    • Year 2021
    • Work started in 2020
    • Work finished in 2021
    • Main structure Mixed structure
    • Client WEALOVE
    • Cost 3million
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Pavilions / Bars/Cafés
    • Websitehttps://toutiao.sheyi.com/case/1447696.html
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