Architect: Crossboundaries


Year: 2021

The Park is created to suit the site environment with a proper choice of material and plantation, combined with carefully designed spatial configuration, sequence, and atmosphere. The main component of the structure is a perforated grey brick wall with integrated seating in designated areas, alternating with a double lower layer of perforated Corten steel. Behind it lies a green zone filled with Southern Chinese pine trees and low bushes, forming a natural buffer to the parking area that can be accessed through various hidden pathways.

The yellow track connects the rooms physically with each other, as well as forms a visual link between the different public areas. Linked by the yellow track, these rooms offer different levels of enclosure and boundary along a sequence: from completely open, forming a plaza-like a prelude, to a slightly more defined area with a semi-transparent grey backing wall, to a fully enclosed one but open to the sky.

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