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Jardin de Jade Hangzhou / PAL Design Consultants

  • Architects: PAL Design Consultants
  • Location: Hangzhou, China
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: Courtesy of  pal design consultants

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From the architect. Located in the heart of a new zone in Hangzhou, Jardin de Jade Restaurant will be designed in the concept of “Sweet Osmanthus” (Guihao) - a small simple pattern flower with a delightful fragrant that symbolize a breezy, young and vivacious personality in use to attract the interest of younger group of people.

Courtesy of  pal design consultants
Courtesy of  pal design consultants

Applying the concept into the design, the layout plan of the space is designed irregularly with a cashew-shape to create a sense of curiosity. The VIP rooms at the main area are designed as mountain caves described in fairy tales, and together with the metal screen of fish pattern that represents the oriental opulent in river village, it creates a fun and an unforgettable dining experience.

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