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Shaoxing Rice Wine Town Reception Room, a recycled bamboo "masterpiece"

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Shaoxing rice wine has a long history and its culture is deeply rooted in this soil. Dongpu town, where the project is located, has been the center of Shaoxing wine industry since ancient times.The original site was a workshop for producing rice wine, now its red brick chimney is preserved. In the early stage of the project, it will be used as Shaoxing Yellow Rice Wine Exhibition and Experience Hall, including yellow rice wine cultural experience exhibition, bookstore, flower shop and other functions. Later, it will be converted into a waterfront commercial building containing three restaurants and a bookstore. Due to the functional transformation in different periods and the avoidance of large-scale civil construction, the division of architectural space must be flexible. Drawing on the strong functional adaptability of traditional wooden frame architecture and Domino architecture system, the scheme decided to take 4.8mx4.8mx4.8m cubic square as the basic module of the building. This module can simultaneously adapt to the plane and floor height requirements of basic space such as exhibition, shop, restaurant, toilet, elevator room, etc. Smaller span can also achieve higher indoor net height, and meet the requirements of exhibition experience and commercial operation. Modular space and modular form are highly unified, bringing the maximum degree of rapid prefabrication and installation, but also fit the actual requirements of rapid construction and cost control. The original plan was to adopt a wooden structure. In consideration of the tight cycle of the project and the fire prevention standards of large-scale wooden structure buildings, as well as the rainy climate in Jiangnan, the poor durability of wooden structure and high maintenance requirements in the later period, the wooden structure form was finally abandoned and the steel frame structure form was adopted which was more fast and controllable. 3. Through the investigation and comparison of various materials, the facade decoration is made of recycled bamboo as the main material of the exterior wall: The recycled bamboo is made from original bamboo, which has the advantages of convenient materials, simple processing technology and environmental protection. The bamboo planks are preprocessed into L-shaped members in the factory, which reduces the on-site assembling workload and joint treatment, and improves the construction speed and the accuracy of on-site installation. Warm wood materials and small scale unit space together create a humble, amiable and vibrant waterfront open space. The project is an experiment in modular design and construction by the design team. It is associated with traditional Chinese construction methods, and responds to complex functional construction demands with a unified modular design language, responds to the site and history, infuses the vitality of the Times into the thousand-year-old ancient town, and inherits the yellow rice wine culture in a dynamic way.

Credits

 Shaoxing
 SUNAC China Holdings (Southeast Region) Group
 10/2021
 2113
 7484917.89
 Project Director: Wei Zhang
 Project Creative: Kesuo Wu; Other: Yiran Wang, Xiaoyu Sun, Chenglong Ma, Hengyi Cai, Fangyuan Yang, Yuxin An
 Li Yao

Curriculum

Structure: Damin Hu, Guangyong Ren, Dianyu Sun;
Water Supply and Drainage: Lian Zhang, Qi Huang;
HVAC: Fangfang Li;
Electrical: Guoping Chen;
Interior Design: Interior Architecture Studio;
Landscape Design: Guangzhou Guanji Landscape Co., Ltd.;
Construction Drawing Design: gad;
Curtain Wall Design: CLASSICAL DECORATION;
Floodlight Design: bpi.

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