The project is located in Chengdu, China. The design area is about 45 square meters. The
space is roughly divided into operation desk, sales area, cash register area, exhibition
area, tea fetching area and scene area.

Project location: Chengdu, China
Project type: Interior design
Status: Built
Design area: 45 square meters
Design time:2018.05 – 2018.06
Architect: MUDA-Architects
Chief Architect: Yun Lu
Design Team: Yun Lu, Shuguang Dong, Guojun Zhao, Niyang Guo, Dandan Ni

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Simple and clear spatial distribution and vertical arch elements are integrated to create a
variety of spatial experience. In the choice of materials, terrazzo floor is the main material,
with white latex paint wall, and white marble is used in the sales desk. The design is
mainly white and the brightness of white is very high. It can improve the brightness of
space and make it more concise and bright.

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The space design adopts the concept of art galleries, so that the production process and
products itself can also be used as exhibits to increase the interest of space in the form of
exhibition space. The whole interior space uses the arched roof. The arc design is
undulating and winding to provide a concise and rich space. The overall appearance
design is like a white box highlighting the original facade of the building, further enhancing the recognizability of the building‘s exterior.

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MUDA-Architects

MUDA-Architects was found in Boston, USA. In April 2015, MUDA entered Chinese
market and built Beijing office and Chengdu Office. MUDA is composed by creative designers with the background of global diversification, who are forward-looking, experienced, professional and ingenious in the field of architecture and design, and focus on architectural practise.

MUDA has been commissioned by clients of various backgrounds for design in public architecture, residence, urban complex, urban design, landscape design and Interior design, including Future House in Mount Qingcheng, Huang Hotel in Xi’an, Huaizhou Urban Observation Deck, Garden Hotpot in Chengdu, M50 Art Hotel in Qionglai, Renovation of Swan League Commercial District in Chengdu and Renovation of Linqiong Alley in Qionglai.

MUDA has realized several award winning projects including Residential Stadium Design Competition in USA, Xinglong Lake Bookstore Architectural Design Competition and was selected as principal designer for Altay Airport. Widely been recognized and published both in China and internationally, MUDA has also won several international awards as 2019 Architizer A+Awards, 2018-2019 A’Design Award, 2018 IDA Awards and 2018 AMP Awards.

Mr. Lu Yun, Founder/ Principal Architect, pays attention to the combination of practise and research, and students schooled by him have applied to Harvard University, Yale University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Columbia University, AA School of Architecture, UCL and other world top architectural colleges, which have injected pioneering and cutting-edge designers into the firm.

About Founding Partner/Principal Architect Yun Lu:

The traditional domestic architecture education bachelor of architecture, who is focus on architectural practice, in pursuit of continuous speculation in the process of practice.

Lu found MUDA-Architects in March 2015 in Boston, in April 2015 formally served as the legal representative and MUDA-Architects principal architect of China. Lu worked at HHD-FUN, MAD and gmp, participated in large-scale projects like Lianyungang Industrial Exhibition Center, Hangzhou South Railway Station, Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center and Beijing Central Park Complex, and gains solid project experience.

As the founder and principal of MUDA, Lu leads design across various scales:
MUDA design team won international competition Residential Stadium design and Xinglong Lake Bookstore Design, and was selected as principal designer for Altay Airport, some built and ongoing projects include Kaunas Concert Hall in Lithuania, Future House in Mount Qingcheng, Huang Hotel in Xi’an, Huaizhou Urban Observation Deck, Garden Hotpot Restaurant in Chengdu, M50 Art Hotel in Qionglai, Renovation of Swan League Commercial District in Chengdu and Renovation of Linqiong Alley in Qionglai and so on; won awards like 2019 Architizer A+Awards, 2018-2019 A’Design Award, 2018 Architecture MasterPrize, 2017 AAP Architecture Prize and Building of the Year Awards 2016 by Archdaily; and invited as a jury by 2020 eVolo Skyscraper Competition.

Meanwhile, students schooled by him have applied successfully to world-leading architecture schools as Harvard University (Boston), Yale University (New Heaven), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston), Princeton University (New Jersey), AA School of Architecture (London) and UCL Bartlett School of Architecture (London).

 

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