Changzhou Jiahong Yijiang Fenghua
The project refines the elements of "dragon" and "Jiangnan", bringing a different new Chinese luxury experience to Changzhou, an ancient city with a history of more than 3200 years. Stepping into the hall, a group of stainless steel works of art above and below the hall means "the dragon gets the water". The above three devices carve out the "boyuantie" word by word on the stainless steel scales. The water drop art works below are welded by oracle bone inscriptions. Artists combine Chinese characters with sculptures, transfer plane characters into three-dimensional light and shadow visual experience, and send out the current interpretation of Chinese traditional culture. The wall treatment adopts landscape marble, which is similar to the water drawing method of Chinese landscape painting. It is magnificent, natural and beautiful. It is said that the Chinese dragon is in charge of the water area and can go from heaven to earth. The metal pine art work on the right side of the hall implies "the divine dragon swings its tail", creating an ancient mythological artistic conception with strange clouds and infinite mystery.