JinHua Architectur Park Restaurant by Fun Design Consultancy & Johan de Wachter Architects

Fun Design Consultancy & Johan de Wachter Architects designed a rigid but elegant structure of steel, stone and bamboo for the JinHua Architectur Park Restaurant. The restaurant integrates three speeds of eating. This assortment is provided by vending machines (street food), a 3d tablescape (medium food) and a lounge restaurant (slow food). Photos by Iwan Baan Read more […]
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Baby Dragon by HHF Architects

HHF Architects designed the Baby Dragon, a mini structure for children that sits at a corner of the walkway system of the JinHua Architecture Park. The different parts of the pavilion allow different ways of interaction between children and grownups. Parents can watch their children playing on the lawn while sitting in the shadow talking to each other. The children can run, climb and slide through the exciting structure of the wall and hide form the parents without being too far away. The Read more […]
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Exhibition Space by Tatiana Bilbao

The Exhibition Space of the JinHua Architecture Park, designed by Tatiana Bilbao, is a game full of surprises, discovering tunnels, pathways and terraces. The pavilion consists of more or less isolated sections which must be discovered gradually and enjoyed as the beholder continues his stroll. He is led on into a composition that is never completely revealed. The pavilion is observed and contemplated gradually, in time, through a succession of scenes, designed to unfold one after another. Photos Read more […]
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Welcome Center by Till Schweizer

The Welcome Center, designed by Till Schweizer, is situated at a crucial point of the JinHua Architectur Park. The pavilion overlooks at a significant bend of the river bank, therefore it marks the turning point in the overall direction and perception while entering or leaving the park. The pavilion is more a translucent sculpture than self explaining building, with a facade that reveals enough of the inside to raise a question, but not enough to give definitive answers. The maximum challenge Read more […]
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