When it comes to urban planning, people often think of keywords such as rigor and rationality. For non-professionals, it also means boring and baldness. However, as a planning exhibition hall for urban planning, it is precisely built for the non-professional group of visitors. The first thing we think about is how to transform these professional content into an easy-to-understand and attractive way to display.
Freehand drawing is a traditional Chinese painting technique that can dates back to 2800 years and is also one of the most familiar techniques. Similarly, Chang'an was once the ancient capital of the 13 Dynasties, such as the Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang Dynasties, and played an important role in the history of China for more than a thousand years. We have absorbed the essence of freehand brushwork, through this traditional method to simulate freehand space, let visitors linger in the mood of freehand brushwork, with the splash of ink in the space, understand the scientific rigor of urban planning, through the integration of space Multimedia exhibits to offset the boring planning data.
The whole building consists of three floors, and the exhibition area is about 1200 square meters. Under the premise of respecting the original building structure, the building has been optimized and upgraded, so that the tour line can be completed in one-go.
We converted the tour line into a clear timeline, and set different display modes at different positions of the timeline to guide the visitors' emotional expressions--excited at different time points, and sometimes calm...
In order to solve the problem of real-time updating of planning data, we use multimedia means to display as much as possible. At the same time, this kind of display means can present a freehand artistic conception and complement the whole space.
Project Name: Freehand Drawing
Project Location: Xi'an
Design Time: 2016
Design Area: 1600 SQM
Existing Structure: Steel Frame
Structural System: Steel Frame
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