Zhu Wei - The Vast Grassland from Inner Mongolia's magnificent natural scenery
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The Vast Grassland from Inner Mongolia's magnificent natural scenery

Zhu Wei

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Zhu Wei

This project located in Inner Mongolia. Inspiration comes from Inner Mongolia's magnificent natural scenery and diverse Mongolian culture. The design of The entrance space is the evolution and inheritance of the earth texture of rolling mountains. The torsional curves make up a grand picture. The bottom is stacked with gravel and mist swirls around it, giving you a unrestrained and atmospheric view of mountains and rivers.

The atrium has a swirling pool of water, giving the space a dynamic feel. We hope the viewer to feel the passage of time in it, slow down the feet, feeling life.

Inspired by the beautiful scenery outside the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, it draws elements of the curving shape of lake water flow to deduce the magnificent momentum of mountains and rivers.

This project located in Inner Mongolia. Inspiration comes from Inner Mongolia's magnificent natural scenery and diverse Mongolian culture. The design of The entrance space is the evolution and inheritance of the earth texture of rolling mountains. The torsional curves make up a grand picture. The bottom is stacked with gravel and mist swirls around it, giving you a unrestrained and atmospheric view of mountains and rivers.

The atrium has a swirling pool of water, giving the space a dynamic feel. We hope the viewer to feel the passage of time in it, slow down the feet, feeling life.

Inspired by the beautiful scenery outside the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, it draws elements of the curving shape of lake water flow to deduce the magnificent momentum of mountains and rivers.

This project located in Inner Mongolia. Inspiration comes from Inner Mongolia's magnificent natural scenery and diverse Mongolian culture. The design of The entrance space is the evolution and inheritance of the earth texture of rolling mountains. The torsional curves make up a grand picture. The bottom is stacked with gravel and mist swirls around it, giving you a unrestrained and atmospheric view of mountains and rivers.

The atrium has a swirling pool of water, giving the space a dynamic feel. We hope the viewer to feel the passage of time in it, slow down the feet, feeling life.

Inspired by the beautiful scenery outside the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, it draws elements of the curving shape of lake water flow to deduce the magnificent momentum of mountains and rivers.

This project located in Inner Mongolia. Inspiration comes from Inner Mongolia's magnificent natural scenery and diverse Mongolian culture. The design of The entrance space is the evolution and inheritance of the earth texture of rolling mountains. The torsional curves make up a grand picture. The bottom is stacked with gravel and mist swirls around it, giving you a unrestrained and atmospheric view of mountains and rivers.

The atrium has a swirling pool of water, giving the space a dynamic feel. We hope the viewer to feel the passage of time in it, slow down the feet, feeling life.

Inspired by the beautiful scenery outside the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, it draws elements of the curving shape of lake water flow to deduce the magnificent momentum of mountains and rivers.

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 Inner Mongolia
 JINDI
 03/2020
  9'850
  0
 0
 ANTAO

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