The trouble with cities is the competition to find the perfect home. Even in large countries like China. Shenzhen has grown in wealth and population in the last few decades, which has made it harder for young professionals to live comfortably in the metropolis. To tackle this, Shenzhen is launching an eastward development project and if all homes will look as good as this space, we foresee urbanites will be pretty happy.
This project is the Yanlord Clubhouse; a multipurpose, versatile
The heart of the project is a 60-seat cafe and bar meant to be used as a
The folding glass panels allow inclusive use of the space, adaptable to the flexibility and interconnectivity of emergent
Supportive spaces, such as the multi-functional
At the service counter, there are stacked boxy elements with an unconventional arrangement of aluminum
As a stunning backdrop to the swimming pool, a colorful metal shingle accent wall is decorated with aluminum panels. Is this attention to detail another one of the features that might tempt people to this area of the city? Most certainly!
Drawing inspiration from the mountain ranges, the abstract patterns combined with a color palette of white and
Architecture has an emotional impact on us as humans. Through an understanding of the experiential realm of city life, the design team pays great attention to the emotional experiences of urban space. Yanlord Clubhouse is a destination that could really pull a crowd.
What do you think of this multi-functional clubhouse?