Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen Building

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Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen

Contemporary Chinese Architectural Development – design by Kris Lin, architect

31 Dec 2015

Tai Chi Sales Center in Shenzhen

Tai Chi Sales Center Building for China Vanke Co., Ltd.

Design: Kris Lin architect

Tai Chi Sales Center by Kris Lin is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2014 – 2015.

Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen

DESIGN NAME:
Tai Chi

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Sales Center

INSPIRATION:
The term,”TAI CHI”, originates from “ZHOUYI”, it is the most important philosophical thinking in Chinese traditional culture.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This project is a building sales center for a large community that is going to be built by several phases. As the center will be in the front of the park, the overall design should elevate the beautiful natural environment of the community and make the building stand out so as to attract customers and contribute to good sales.

Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
On the one hand, the overall design should elevate the good natural environment and make the building stand out so as to attract customers as it’s a sales center. On the other, the building should look sculptural, therefore, much consideration should be given to the types, selection and detailing of steel structures. .

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Project Location:Shenzhen, China
Start And Completion Dates: 08/2013-12/2013

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
There are two blocks in facade design:one is dark color, the other is light color; they stand for two elements that are “Yin” and “Yang”of Tai Chi respectively. These two blocks are in opposition to each other but mutual and Harmonious Existence, and they are integrated to become a complete one.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Square Meter Of Project:1800

TAGS:
Yin, Yang, ZHOUYI, Opposition, TAICHI, Harmonious Existence

Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
There are two blocks in facade design; one is dark color, the other is light color; they stand for two elements that are “Yin” and “Yang”of Tai Chi respectively. These two blocks are In Opposition To Each Other but Mutual and Harmonious Existence, and they are integrated to become a complete one. In the meantime, we adopt clean and tidy lines and three dimensional cutting of sculpture technique with the esthetics concept from the works (TAI CHI) of Mr. Juming, and all of these elements are integrated into architectural design. Hence, the clean and tidy lines can form the block with strong three dimensional effect; moreover, the movement of raising one’s hand, lifting one’s foot or kicking expresses the strength and esthetics of” TAI CHI” works.

CHALLENGE:
There are two blocks in facade design: one is dark color, the other is light color; they stand for two elements that are “Yin””and “Yang” of Tai Chi respectively. These two blocks are in opposition to each other but mutual and harmonious existence, and they are integrated to become a complete one.

TEAM MEMBERS:
Jiayu Yang, Design Director

IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographer:KILD

Tai Chi Sales Center Shenzhen

NAME:
China Vanke Co., Ltd.

PROFILE:
The user is the biggest real estate seller in China. ounded in 1984, China Vanke Co., Ltd. began to engage in real estate in 1988, and was the second listed company on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 1991. Through the development of more than two decades, Vanke has become the largest residential developer in China, whose business covers 53 large and medium-sized cities in the Pearl River Delta region, the Yangtze River Delta region and the Bohai Economic Rim, as well as central and western parts of China. In the past three years, the average number of homes sold annually has exceeded 60,000. In 2011, sold floor space totaled 10.75 million square meters and sales reached RMB 121.5 billion. In 2012, sales exceeded RMB 140 billion, once again the largest in the global real estate industry.

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