NANTANG VILLAGE

Qingyuan, Guangdong, China, 2019

  • Architecture

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A lost village in north QianYuan, where used to be the founding location of southern Zen in China centuries ago. Accompanying with the development of high-speed railway and countryside tourism in proximity, revitalisation of this otherwise emptied village has been proposed.

Translating the spatial structure of a traditional Zen temple, the overall planning of this north part of the village will be refurbished into a hostel district with great sense of local texture. A mirror-brick walkway will be enclosing the area into series and layer of courtyards. New houses will be constructed as formal and textural contemporary translation of the traditional local houses.

  • Date : November 2019
  • Location : Qingyuan, Guangdong, China
  • Design Team : Aron TSANG, Natalie CHAN, Natalie KO, Wesley HO
  • Status : Concept Design
  • Area : 5,500 sq.m
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