Morph Bar by Dongzi Yang and Qianyi Lin

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Morph

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Bar

INSPIRATION:
Located in Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China MORPH is a mixed-use space with a total construction area of 1,000 sqm. With an urban park and Houhai business circle nearby, it's a rare tranquil place amidst the hustle and bustle of the downtown area. "MORPH" means transformation and evolution in Chinese. The client hopes to build a vigorous and brand new social space, to introduce and hold various cultural, artistic and musical events, with a view to bringing new vitality to the city.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
According to the project designers' understanding, evolution indicates progress and variation. Taking account into the context of Shenzhen - a new city, they wanted to utilize some traditional and local materials to collide with the modern interior structural forms, thereby presenting the"evolution" of design. The designers' idea is to realize collisions within the space through a diversified material palette, contrasting interior scenes as well as division of multiple functional areas.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
MORPH is a bar, an event venue and a transformable space, available for facilitating "interaction between human and city" in cultural context. Functional areas are set around a 7-meter-high activity space at the center. With capacity for 100 people, theatre acoustics, and spatial installations which can be replaced irregularly, it's adaptive to various types of activities and provides local people with a fantastic place to socialize.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Started from: August, 2018 Completed in:July, 2019 Location: Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The color palette is inspired by the Forbidden City, consisting of red, blue, black, yellow and gold, which feature extremely high saturation and are consistent with the colors of Wu Xing (Wu Xing is also named as the Five Elements, which includes metal, wood, water, fire and earth. ) The designers combined diversified modern materials with traditional materials exclusive in China.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
MORPH is a mixed-use space with a total construction area of 1,000 sqm. The key design intervention of the project is the creation of a mezzanine. Another bold intervention is to insert a slightly oblique and curved double-height structure into the geometric space, which can link, partition and define the space, and highlight spatial identity and increase brightness.

TAGS:
Evolution, restaurant, bar, lounge, Various Associates, five elements, traditional material in new use, sustainable material

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Through this project, the designers explored and worked out a solution to tackle with the oblivion and disappearing of traditional Chinese materials:not only, adopting unique design approaches to innovate the way of using traditional materials and redefine them in modern designs; but also, integrating China-specific materials with modern technologies, materials and designs, so as to break through the limits of traditional materials utilization and realize "re-design with old material".

CHALLENGE:
The greatest challenge was how to incorporate their thinking into the spatial design and at the same time to combine and transform traditional Chinese elements with modern designs. The color palette is inspired by the Forbidden City, consisting of red, blue, black, yellow and gold, which feature extremely high saturation and are consistent with the colors of Wu Xing (Wu Xing is also named as the 5 Elements, which includes metal, wood, water, fire and earth.

ADDED DATE:
2019-12-16 06:58:48

TEAM MEMBERS (5) :
Project leader: Qianyi Lin, Chief designer: Dongzi Yang , Designers: Dongzi Yang, Jingjing Tang, and

IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographs: Shao Feng

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Various Associates

PROFILE:
Various Associates is an architecture and interior design practice working regionally and internationally on research-based design projects.VA was founded in 2017 as a team of designers from an international background with professional expertise in architecture, interior design, material design, graphic and interaction design. The studio is developing ambitious high-end projects including boutique hotels, restaurants, retail spaces, workspaces and galleries. VA focuses on enhancing spaces and developing material details using bespoke approaches to give unique visual expressions to each project. VA also gives artists and designers a platform to collaborate and reimagine new ways to be creative and break down barriers between the arts.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Morph Bar by Dongzi Yang and Qianyi Lin is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Morph Bar by Dongzi Yang and Qianyi Lin is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019 - 2020.



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