The "Inheriting New Life" Haiyan Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum was renovated and designed by LYCS Architecture. Recently, the project officially construction began. The project area is 7,210 square meters, and the original site is a power instrument factory. After renovation, it will become a landmark commercial and cultural complex undertaking cultural display, commercial retail, tourism homestays, and other functions.
The overall planning is designed with the strategy of "inheriting traditional culture and realizing the rebirth of old factories." The project includes three major visions: forming a node linkage of "four parks and two pavilions," Inheriting intangible cultural heritage and realizing the rebirth of old factories, and exploring traditional culture and new modes of contemporary tourism. The project is committed to creating landmark business cards, creating public spaces, and providing carriers for the inheritance and display of intangible cultural heritage.