建筑师： VTN Architects
Yinwei tourist center in Qing’an is located in a natural landscape cemetery 10 km southwest of Shunhua. It is a pure bamboo building. Traditionally, cemeteries are associated with a heavy atmosphere of death, loss and sadness, creating a sense of melancholy. Therefore, the client and the architect mutually agree to seek an architectural solution to design a more peaceful and peaceful space.
Eaves are proportionate at lower locations, technically to protect the internal structure from direct sunlight and rain, but also allow space to remain open to human scale. The Yin Wei Wei tourism center of HengAn seems to be a part of the natural environment, expressing respect and gratitude to the deceased.
From the main building to the auxiliary building, they all benefit from a well maintained and clean environment. We choose natural and affordable local materials such as bamboo, thatch and bricks. Perforated bricks, for example, allow air and light to enter the interior. During the day, the building does not need to rely on air conditioning or artificial lighting. Each building only needs one module suitable for simple structure, with fast assembly speed and low construction and operation cost.
Surrounded by four lakes and nearby mountains, Huoan YINWEI park is home to trees, flowers and various other vegetation, which has helped to create a lighter and brighter feeling. In architecture, the highly curved bamboo roof is inspired by the softness and gentleness of the nearby hue and hogong River, a common link between Vietnamese.