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Architectural "Poetry" about the Moon - Tai'an Jiunvfeng "Hometown Moon" Ceremony Hall.html.txt11122

The curved walls of the "moon" form a natural echo cavity, amplifying the voice of promises between lovers, and letting the world learn from each other; the change of sunlight in a day and between thoughts gives different shapes to the light spots of the "moon". There are rounds and gaps like love has gains and losses. Except for the "moon", there is almost no decoration in the room, and there is no need to turn on the lights. This round of super-scale "moon" is tense enough, it can go beyond the boundaries of church space and even religion itself, and bring people into a broader spiritual field, avoiding the interference of all external objects, and focusing on the only love in my heart. ▲The curved wall of the "moon" forms a natural echo chamber© Zheng Yan 02. Mellow The "Hometown Moon" ceremony hall divides a round of full moon into half, and completes it with "reflection" by means of water surface and

stainless steel water corrugated plate. Perhaps the essence of life is the lack, and the "other half" we are looking for is a kind of "fulfillment": he/she is destined to perfect "me", the "other half of the moon" that repairs the shortcomings of "me" in life . The upper part of the building is yang, and the lower part is yin. The combination of yin and yang, and the coexistence of existence and non-existence, can be described as a match made in heaven with the function of the "ceremony hall". ▲ "Moon in Hometown" was completed with the help of "reflection" of water corrugated board© Zheng Yan Jialan Architecture constructs a kind of "poetic and philosophical architecture" that is difficult to appeal to language, integrating Buddhism's "harmony without hindrance, perfection and infinity", Taoism's "emptiness" and Confucian family inheritance, with a round of " Hometown Moon" bears the use value of shelter from wind and rain, the spiritual value of ceremonies, the aesthetic value of sightseeing experience, and the symbolic value of displaying rural development. "Consummation". "Hometown Moon" belongs to Le Corbusier's so-called "ineffable space", and what is important is the experience of being in it.Using "stainless steel honeycomb panel" as the base material, Crazy Metal has developed "stainless steel shaped walls, stainless steel hanging column, stainless steel partition chandeliers, and stainless steel DIY cabinets" suitable for high-end projects.

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