As the earliest port cities open to the outside world, Tianjin’s architecture has become the epitome of a diversified universe of human settlements. From the Five Avenues that combine Chinese and Western styles to Italian style streets, each arc of Western architecture is a continuation of romantic art. The transformation of the Blue Water Park by Wu Wei DESIGN was carried out on this aesthetic basis.
In terms of functional structure, based on the long-term research and understanding of the owner’s lifestyle, the designer planned a living area with different themes such as social, wine tasting, fitness, etc., and expanded the southward activity area on the original spatial layout, adding 130 square meter area where to create a buffer zone that can be used for drinking tea, sunbathing, or storage areas, reserving more imaginary space for future life.
Through the dismantling of the design medium, the designer makes the abstract beauty and happiness in life more comfortable to perceive, and also makes the limited home into a different time and space where one can free mind and body.