San She House, Beigou Village, Beijing Restaurant Development, Architecture Images
San She House in Beigou Village, Beijing
Commercial Interior in Chaoyang District, China – design by llLab.
27 Sep 2018
San She House
Location: Beigou Village, Huairou, Mutianyu Great Wall, Beijing, China
San She House
Being situated in Beigou Village, Huairou, at the foot of the Mutianyu Great Wall, Beijing, such a space, seems to have much broader meaning than what it is being called.
A profitable extension of a newly constructed village resort, a more proactive and urbanized manner of communication emerged in the village, a sweet integration of originally contrasting life styles, an unprecedented cultural renaissance, a hint of the rural areas of China starting to be sliced apart as how it happened in the cities, or it is merely a space for food?
It is ambiguous as a space that the potential attributes of it may far exceed what it intended to achieve, in the culturally transitional period of a country that itself is uncertain about its own identity and the value of it.
Superficially, this is a place reconstructed and transformed from a farmer’s home kitchen to a restaurant that serves the traditional Beijing hotpot which is one of the most typical representation of the Old-Beijing-Culture, however, the location, the historical background and how the space has been designed and constructed, make any of its given names imprecise, unless being very general.
At such particular moment, when the pursuit of design becomes increasingly visible which makes China seem to be probably still one of the best places to experiment, the opportunities in the urban areas continue to shrink. The conflict between the booming eagerness to create utopian architecture in China and the dramatically decreasing demand, shifts the possibilities to imagine, from where architects in China are familiar with to where are interestingly considered as places that architects are only emotionally attached to.
As a result, all relevant creations which are meant to be the revival of certain types of culture or the sensitive reaction to particular kinds of social movements turn out to be repetitively numb and senseless.
Then what exactly is the place designed for?
It is a place that has been reconstructed and transformed from a farmer’s home kitchen to an Old-Beijing hotpot restaurant, which consists of six types of spatial qualities that accommodate a variety of activities that are possibly not either spiritually or formally capable of being associated.
There is a specific desired program, yet, it will be less numb if it makes people feel reluctant to define.
San She House, Beigou Village – Building Information
Location: Beigou Village, Huairou, Mutianyu Great Wall, Beijing
Client: 2049 Investment Group
Area: 400 sqm
Year: April 2018 – July 2018
Program: Hotpot Restaurant / Beer Garden / Event Space and Others
Chief Designer: Hanxiao Liu, Luis Ricardo
Team: Lihua Mi, Chengfei Liu, Yi Zhang, Shiyi Tang, Wan Huang
Collaborators: Shanghai Di Cui Landscaping Co., Ltd.
Main Materials: Gypsum boards (TAI SHAN), cement (BBMG, ZUAN PAI ), water supply pipes and downcomers (LESSO), electrical wires&cables (XIAO MAO), paint (Nippon), thermally improved aluminum (ZHONG WANG), blockboards (Jinqiu)
Photographer: Hanxiao Liu
San She House in Beigou Village, Beijing images / information received 270918
Location:Xindong Road, Sanlitun, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
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