IDPA Japan Design Award

Club Med Joyview Qiandao Lake

Club Med Joyview Qiandao Lake

by JUND

Project Description


The water system near the project site is mostly meandering along the Thousand-Island Lake (also called Qiandao Lake) in the shape of a feather, injecting into the main lake area from north to south. The overall slope is large, the mountains are steep, and the red line is irregular. The buildings built on upland stress the integration of buildings and the valley. After systematical site study from slope, orientation, vegetation and water, the architects finally present a naturally growing settlement with the principle of "nature", achieving "reality in emptiness, emptiness in reality, hidden or exposed, shallow or deep".

JUND


JUND Architects entered Chinese market in 1997and was formally incorporated in Shanghai in 2005. The companyofficially renamed as Shanghai JUND Architects Co., Ltd. in 2017 (hereinafter shortened as JUND). Headquartered in Shanghai, JUND leavesits footprints across China (so far, it has established branches in Beijing,Shenzhen, Chongqing, Hefei, Hangzhou and Chengdu), and the projects JUND has served can befound in all maj or provinces and cities in China.