2022 GFD 🏆 Awards

Gold Winner | The Mountain Mansion Sales Center | Big Fish Design

Inspired by the watcher in the Bible, the design team created a rich space experience through curves and exquisite design details, watching and treasuring the original intention of the design. The project is created by constantly establishing and breaking the boundaries between space and nature. At the reception area, the rhythmic wheat fields and the tall straight metal shapes break away from their original form, stimulating the infinite hope in the heart. Modern design methods were adopted to interpret vitality and hope in space, and exhibition techniques were used to present an effect of the stage. The design expresses the inclusiveness of the space which harmoniously opens a show about nature and vitality. The water ripple elements on the floor full of nature and vitality sparked against the volcanic rocks.

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Gold 🏆 Winner
Global Future Design Awards 2022

The Mountain Mansion Sales Center
Interior Design (Built)

Big Fish Design

Tang Yuxia

Design Team
Tang Yuxia, Han Yu, Dong Qingyun

Jinan, Shandong, China


©Big Fish Design

The combination of virtual and reality expanded the space of imagination. Curves in the building raised the boundaries of space. The space perspective and depth were reconstructed with a well-arranged layout, so the space boundary was broken down. Each functional area was integrated with each other and each had its own function, thus, a logical experience was achieved in this crossover space.

Like the brush strokes of oil paint, the texture of the objects was stacking in the space. In such an abstract art creation of the wheat field, an endless sense of space was created through color and volume. The stair structures with wood finishes and sculptural cuts enhanced the dynamic artistic feeling. The limits set in different areas guided children to spontaneously explore the boundaries of freedom and privacy, and promote the development of their personalities. Between connections and boundaries, the space evoked human awareness of the ignored beauty in life, making visitors rediscover, observe and feel life.