This project is the renovation project of a 150-square-meter B&B??courtyard in Miaofengshan Town, Mentougou, as a supporting B&B?in Lingxi Scenic Area. The design theme of the project is parent-child B&B, and the actual total renovation cost is 500,000 yuan.
The design starts from the plane layout, and the original layout is re-divided into four guest rooms, kitchen, public bathroom, and hall to meet the functional requirements of Party A. The original house was a traditional brick structure. Part of the wall was removed through steel structure reinforcement, and some aerated block walls were added to reduce the weight of the building as much as possible.
Because the theme of the design is parent-child, the living experience similar to the cave is taken as the starting point of the design, and the corners of the wall, the top surface and the ground are processed in the form of arcs, and this method is realized by grooving the blockboard. The arc shape of the door and window openings, the ceiling section of the hall is designed as a sharp corner arc, the stair handrail is shaped like an arc that bites off a piece, the newly added arc walls, including the wardrobe, the arc elements of the headboard and backboard are all Echoes the design theme.
In terms of design materials, lake blue and orange paint are boldly selected, which makes the people living in it feel a relaxed and lively living atmosphere, and also echoes the parent-child theme. The windows on the north side and the neighboring windows that interfere with the sight line are selected with yellow frosted glass, which not only considers privacy, but also integrates with the overall tone. The screens in some rooms are designed as translucent milky white sun panels, and the built-in warm yellow light strips give this material a new expression.
Facade design level: The original courtyard wall is opened with multiple yellow rectangular windows of different sizes and scattered heights, making the wall playful and changeable. There are ramps and steps on both sides of the red cedar door bucket at the entrance, considering the barrier-free design. The exterior wall of the building is wrapped in white perforated aluminum panels to give the expression of the double-layer skin. The hidden light strips inside make the building a luminous body at night, and the red cedar panels with trapezoidal cross-section at the bottom are used as the material to interface with the ground. By adding a triangular steel structure, on the one hand, a second-floor terrace is formed, and on the other hand, the facade shape and canopy are formed. The combination of small green tiles and preservative wood paved in the front yard takes into account both practicality and decoration.