The Happy Lane exhibition center is located in HANKOU, WUHAN. The designer takes “city impression” as the theme, looking for the historical traces in the city and applying them to the design.
From the landscape and architecture to the inner space, the dialogue with the local culture is maintained, so that space participants can feel that the project interprets the modern lifestyle, at the same time, shows respect and respect for the local culture and history.
Entering the interior, what meets the eye is an arched colonnade made of metal and modern materials, extending the height of the space and becoming the main symbol of the inner space.
The two-storey central model area is presented with the concept of “street” in the city, while the access to other functional Spaces is connected with the street in the form of “alley”. Each small space USES two indomitable screens as two sides of the decoration, showing the space area.
The artwork and furnishings in the negotiation area are structured and metal materials, combined with fashionable and slightly nostalgic furniture, to create an elegant space atmosphere with a modern sense and emphasizing history, and throughout this indoor.
The designer transformed the entire inner space into a miniature of Wuhan. The space is expanded with metal three-dimensional devices. From a distance, the space is progressively presented layer by layer, presenting an elegant modern space temperament.