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Siming Mountain is located in Siming Mountain Town, Yuyao City, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. It has the magnificent momentum of Longhu Mountain and the exquisite strange stones of Tuerling. It is known as a natural "oxygen bar". Sanyo Tea House is located on the top of the mountain and is a building renovation project based on the original tea mountain pavilion.

▼鸟瞰图,Bird's-eye view © 徐英达

▼总平面图,Master plan  © 徐英达

场地记忆,Site memory



The first time I arrived at the scene was on a rainy day in April. As I walked up the road from the foot of the mountain, I thought of the scene described by Tao Yuanming in his work 'Peach Blossom Spring': 'At first, the path was narrow and only allowed one person to pass through. After walking a few dozen steps, it suddenly opened up'.

The existing building is a recreational supporting structure consisting of a wooden corridor and pavilion, and the two structures were not built at the same time. The site faces the Siming Lake and is backed by a bamboo forest on the surrounding mountains. The bamboo forests on the east and north sides give a strong sense of enclosure. In such a space with abundant natural resources, both we and the client believe that the project should establish a long-term connection with nature and reawaken users' perception of nature. Based on the spatial perception of the site, we propose two important design points as the starting point of the design: micro-intervention and landscape viewing.

意志载体, Spirit carrier



The mountain is a kitchen, with ingredients and tools at the foot of the mountain, in the mountains, and among the trees. The firewood from the self-sustaining forest needs to be chopped down and ignited, instead of using coal gas and electricity. The firewood, combined with slow cooking, carries a message from the mountain: there is no need to be impatient, but to wait. Wait for breathing, wait for fruits and vegetables to ripen, wait for rainwater, wait for sunlight. When the time comes, the mountain will present its abundance to you.

The theme of mountain range is actually a proposition with very Chinese characteristics. Mountain range represents the concentrated embodiment of traditional Chinese humanistic emotions - the pursuit of a secluded environment. Although there is also a hermit culture in the West, the so-called Western retreat is a return to the original state, while the Chinese state of seclusion is physically far from the hustle and bustle, but internally pursuing higher-level cultural pursuits. This state is difficult to present in material form, just like Wang Yangming mentioned in 'Investigating Things and Extending Knowledge': human nature cannot be changed, and there is an inherent connection between 'intention' and 'action'. The core idea of traditional Chinese humanistic emotions may be to pursue such a realm. Therefore, our vision is to simplify and reduce people's dependence on physical space as much as possible on the basis of meeting the basic functional needs of the tea room, leaving more undefined space integrated with nature for users. This is crucial. Therefore, respect for and compliance with the environment become the main design orientation of our plan. The mountain range tea room has become a place for people to 'investigate things', which is also the original intention of building it.

▼爆炸图,Explodedview  © 平介设计

▼山顶远看,View fromthe top of mountain© 徐英达

建筑转译, Architecture translation


One of the most striking features of the tea room is a long strip of folding windows facing Siming Lake, occupying an entire wall like a unique frame. In pleasant weather, these horizontally folding windows can be fully opened, allowing guests to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and the pleasant feeling of the breeze on their faces at any time.

▼朝内山看,Look at the mountain © 徐英达

▼朝外湖看,Look at thelake© 徐英达

▼金属置物架,Metal Shelf  © 徐英达


The perception of architecture comes from various aspects, including space, light and shadow, materials, and experience, which together constitute the overall expression of the building. The interplay between materials not only involves the mutual influence of color and light and shadow, but also the tactile texture of materials. During the construction process, when the cement floor was first poured, I felt a sense of disharmony because the heaviness and roughness of this material seemed somewhat abrupt in the entire space. However, I decided to continue the construction and observe the development. When the walls were finished with micro-cement and stainless steel countertops, I looked back at that piece of antique-coated cement floor. At this point, its rough texture seemed to blend in naturally, and the layering of materials became apparent.

▼入口处景色,Viewfrom the entrance  © 徐英达

▼金属、木头、水泥材料的碰撞,Collision of metal, wood and concrete  © 徐英达

▼金属、木头、水泥材料的碰撞,Collision of metal, wood and concrete  © 徐英达


Based on the concept of ecological protection and restoration, furniture, doors, and shelves indoors and outdoors are all made on-site using local bamboo and wood materials. When sunlight shines on these weathered old woods, they exhibit a particularly natural texture and vivid colors. A balance needs to be struck between delicacy and roughness, as overly dense details may make people uncomfortable, while overly rough surfaces may appear crude. Therefore, it is crucial to accurately grasp this degree and relationship. At the same time, the architect's personal perception is also a key factor, as each of their decisions will affect the overall atmosphere of the building after completion.


设计收费:300 元/平             

擅长类型: 家装、豪宅、餐厅、店铺



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