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Birch Forest

Prize(s) Winners in Restaurant and Bar Lighting
Company Kris Lin International Design
Lead Designers Kris Lin
Other Designer's names Anda Yang
Interior Design Company Kris Lin International Design
Client Kingfar
Photo Credits KLID
Completion Date 2021.12
Project Location Xi'an,China
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Entry Description

The project is located in Xi'an, close to Wetland Park in the south. This mixed multi-function space is divided into two floors, the first floor is cafe, the second floor as the restaurant and art gallery space.
We wanted to create a mood, a restaurant in the forest. It allows people to take a break from their daily lives and enter a relaxed environment.The whole design takes " Dear drink at trackless stream" in the poem "a trip to Lushan Mountain" by Mei Yaochen as the design conception.Integrated forest, deer and water those three elements into the design.
The grid system of indoor ceiling takes the intertwined canopy in the forest as the intention, abstracts the canopy group images in the forest into a tensile architectural structure.
Inspired by a waterfall, the main light in the lobby from the ceiling to the atrium pool.It shows the picture in Mei Yaochen's poem, the deer were leisurely drinking the gurgling water in such a silent mountain forest.The inspiration of the restaurant lamp comes from the ripples of the stream. Through the glass lamp plate, the light and shadow are projected onto the ground, forming the water ripple halo .
Company Description

CNAM obtained a master's degree in architectural management from France. In 2001, (KLID) Kris Lin International Design office was founded in Shanghai, dedicated to the field of architectural interior space design. In 2006, he published a collection of his personal works, "KLID vision".
Engaged in professional design for 20 years, has been committed to architectural design, interior design and landscape design of continuous research and innovation. Always adhere to the original, KLID all projects are personally design by Kris Lin. In the international major professional design competition has r