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Eight Hundred Li Qinchuan

Design Practice:

Wuxing Youxing Design Studio

Project Title:

Eight Hundred Li Qinchuan

Project Location:

Shaanxi, China

Design Practice Location:

Beijing, China

All project descriptions are provided by SBID Awards entrants.

The overall design style of Eight-Hundred Li Qinchuan follows the simple and exquisite, beautiful stretch of the Tang style.

Inspired by the eaves of the houses in the prosperous Tang Dynasty, and combined with the innovation of Luban bucket arch technology, this project combines the ancient with the modern. The dark blue and black double-layer tiles, the red window lattice of Tang Dynasty, the high eaves and the huge bracket arches show the beauty of the structure. Liu Gongquan’s Handwriting style is used in the name of the shop on the signboard, and the layout imitates the scattered and continuous form of the Qinling Mountains.

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