Longcheer Yacht Club/ ZHUBO Style Group.
Xindong Road, Nan’ ao Town, Dapeng New District, Shenzhen, China
Guochuan Feng, Yali Huai.
Zhen Wang, Xiaowen Gong, Shide Long, Xiaoni He, Jieqiong Wang, Tong Li, Hai Huang, Weiqi He( Internship).
ZHUBO Design Group Co., Ltd.
SAOTA( Master planning & Initial style idea).
Shenzhen Longcheer Yacht Club Co., Ltd.
Text description provided by the designers. Longcheer Private yacht Club lies in the Judiaosha of Dapeng Peninsula, Shenzhen, who is 50 kilometers away from the downtown area. It is incredibly popular as a sailing place for it has actually been held lots of global competitions.
This project is to rebuild the luxury yacht club and the dock on the original website. The overall floor location is 55,00 0, including a private club, a 300- room hotel, and an outside sports school. The website owns a 470 m long coastline, however the building will be easily forming a long “wall” which may obstruct the city’s view to the see when it is horizontally organized on this narrow website. Therefore, this style intends to share this lovely seascape between the luxury yacht and the city by keeping both of their view to it.
The plan makes efforts to fit with the website’s north-south height distinction and set most of the volume under the level of unban streets, other than 4 small “structures” with 40 m range between each other, through which individuals can still quickly see the sea. These pavilions present a light image by polygonal plate roofings cantilevered from all sides, they are injecting extending points upon the horizontal long structure, bringing in an undulating horizon. Besides, they supply resting stations to sea audiences.
The primary building listed below the city roadway level is 5 stories with a length of 400 meters, which is bent into 4 sectors in accordance with the coastline. Each 2 terraces belonging to hotel spaces form a rectangular “cell” on the façade. The depth of cell frames is altering, which makes subtle distinctions of sunshine forecast and the reflected picture of the balcony glass between nearby cells. The frame of each cell is made up with light-silver aluminum panels. Inside one cell, the 2 terraces are separated by a double-layer frosted glass which contains lights inside to accomplish a soft and brilliant lighting impact at night.
There is a folding “drifting belt” in between the hotel space part and the public service functions such as clubs, restaurants, bars, etc., which clearly distinguishes the general public area from the private area, and also strengthens the contrast between the cell facade and the large glass curtain wall. The gene of “belt” really comes from the flexing of the building shape on masterplan in addition to the site border. We continue this type of bending from the 5th façade to the primary façade as another of our action to the shape of mountain and sea wave from the environment.
When we set out to the sea from the dock and look back at the private yacht club, the shape of the building shows a modest posture. The general color of the façade is plain and classy with some partial intriguing elements. Seeing from the hill behind it, the green roofing system and blue pavilion seem to be concealed into the mountains and the sea ， showing the respect for nature and people.
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Cite: “Longcheer Luxury Yacht Club/ ZHUBO Design Group”06 Sep2019 ArchDaily Accessed < https://www.archdaily.com/924329/ longcheer-yacht-club-zhubo-design-group/ & gt ISSN0719 -8884
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