Pure constant temperature world
The history of architecture is the evolutionary history of human civilization.
Cave igloo breeze flowing water minimalist pure
Caves and igloos are two of the earliest forms of human habitation. What is interesting is that they are still places where people live today.
This case is a commercial exhibition hall space, and its commercial nature is refrigeration, fresh air, water treatment, and heating. It is closely related to the comfort, safety and efficiency of people's living environment. Therefore, in the design of this case, we traced back to the origin of human habitation, came to the habitation created by human beings to escape the heat and cold, and simulated the landscape in the cave.
The twists and turns of the rock wall, the solid dome, the shape of stone branches extended from stalactites, the natural stone frame is made into a table...
The cave is actually a relatively constant temperature place. The igloo is a shelter for the Inuit people to avoid the severe cold. This is the earliest refrigeration and heating dwelling for mankind.
The interior of the exhibition hall uses a large area of white, and the wall display is like ancient cave paintings, under the white substrate, it is more clear.
People always live by the water, supplemented by gray light strips extending from the ground, indicating the river flowing in the cave, echoing the water treatment in the exhibition hall.