Shimao Loong Palace (Residential Landscape) by Shimao Group Property
2018 - 2019, Platinum A' Landscape Planning and Garden Design Award Winner
Inspiration
Shimao Loong Palace draws on the landscape painting Fairyland of Peach Blossoms by the painter Qiu Ying in the Ming Dynasty for the landscape context and spatial logic of the whole garden area and bases its creation on the prototype of the assorted-style gardens of the Yuanmingyuan Imperial Garden
Creativity
Located in the northwest of Haidian District, Beijing and along the south bank of Shangzhuang Reservoir, Shimao Loong Palace covers a landscape area of about 17,000 square meters This project follows the ideological vein of the classical gardens, and combines the classical natural landscape gardens with the classical royal garden through the expression of the two design concepts of the royal garden and the southern gardens
Design Challenges
Market prefer Neo-Chinese style, how can we make it unique and special?Different from other single Neo-Chinese style method, the project combines the Northern Royal Garden and the Southern Private Garden, which not only has the grandeur of the Northern Garden, but also has the gracefulness and delicacy of the Southern Private Garden.
Production Technology
VR Technical Reference:Two dimensional drawings can not show the full angle of view , represent the design clearly. By using VR technology to restore the construction drawings completely, drawings problems can be found intuitively in the virtual scene, which can improve the efficiency and quality of examination and avoid a large number of ineffective rework on site caused by traditional examination methods.
       
     
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