With more and more people opting for a more minimalistic architectural design in these contemporary times, we are being treated to new ideas, concepts, and looks that will continue to look spectacular for years to come.
Fukang No.1 City Hall is a prime example of this. Curated by the Fukang Group, this piece of architecture has garnered a Platinum Winner in the MUSE Design Awards. Check it out here:
The City Hall features a semi-open public landscape area that introduces waterscapes and greenery, with warm-toned wood and grey-white stone to set a serene tone for the spacious space.
The project also takes cues from the classic Chinese residence with five courtyards that adopts design methods to make landscape views vary at each step.
The large floor-to-ceiling glass creates a natural transition between indoor and outdoor scenes, creating unique spaces for both guests and employees alike.
This new decade could very well be our very own Renaissance, where architectural and interior designs blend together to become a futuristically elegant art form. We cannot wait to see it happen soon enough!
Name: Fukang No. 1 City Hall
Entrant Company: HYN Design
Client's Name: Fukang Group
Category: Architectural Design, Commercial Building
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