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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


Bryce Lodge

Designed by

Ke Yang






Team Members:

Bryce Lodge

Hotels & Resorts Architecture

Beijing, China

Ke Yang

Juli Fang, Jane Jiang, James Jing, Suo Sun, Peter Pang

Photo Credits:

Liang Yin



The site locates 200km form Beijing city center, it surrounds with mountain and small lakes withing in a small village. It is not really far away from all the chaos in the city, and you are surprised to find out how people are still lives very lay back life here. It inspires us to create an architecture that not overly standing out, but to fit right in.

We use simple box form to layout whole architecture, then grabs earthy tones form surrounding landscapes. Although the building is in modern design language, it blends in with Chinese remote countryside building well.

Client give us freedom of design and control; whole process is rather joyful. However, the budget for FF&E is bit tight. At beginning we set out a goal of not using any knock off furniture, and we ended up making a lot of birch plywood and steel furniture with client together.

We hied local mason to laid all the feature wall by using local sand stone. It has the fantastic property of make the building breath. We leant that from local the stone wall will absorb humidity when the air is wet, and radiate heat out when cold at night. Every material selection in the space when try to be authentic. There will not be timber pattern ceramic tiles of that sorts. Every illustration in space either we paid for patent or we drawn them ourself.

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