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Jinhua Wangshan·Starry Sky Library


Project Information

Project Location:
China Jinhua, Zhejiang
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Project Profile

1. Project Statement

The project plot is located in Wushiping Village, Changshan Township, in the south of Wucheng District, Jinhua City. Surrounding the key reservoir resources of towns and villages. Sharing the pure and natural pastoral scenery of Changshan Township and the pastoral farming culture of "the vast and continuous fields". It is about 3 kilometers away from the South Erhuan Road and about 20 minutes by car from the downtown area. The geographical position is superior and the transportation is convenient. The surrounding area has good ecological and cultural resources.

2. Objective and Challenge

To outline the elegant temperament of a contemporary art museum with simple lines, the space is vast and expansive. In natural tones, the designer skillfully uses negative space to add more aesthetic beauty to the vibrant forms. The floral arrangements seamlessly integrate flowers and green plants, creating an aesthetic space that embodies nature and spirituality.

3. Design Strategy

The Starry Sky Library is a natural museum intertwined with the urban landscape. The library houses over 5,000 books, not only showcasing works by local artists but also precious books on art, fashion, geography, literature, and botany from around the world. Immersed in the rhythm of the changing seasons, it coexists harmoniously with nature. The stunning white rotating art pieces, combined with a mix of curves and angles that resemble sculptures, along with the bookshelves, create an elevated pathway to ideals.

4. Conclusion

The Starry Sky Book Bar showcases 10 manuscript works by renowned artist Yu Kongjian, along with Liu Yiman's pine shadow flower vessels. The flowers and plants from the mountains and fields evoke memories of the soul. Antique and rustic vessels, imbued with artistic historical traces, are used as flower containers. By selecting seasonal flowers from the mountains and incorporating them into the vessels, a "one flower a day" experience is created.