KINCANG Egrets Waves 3.0, designed by LYCS Architecture with architecture and interior integration, is located in Keqiao, Shaoxing. The project is surrounded by water on three sides and has excellent landscape resources. The design adheres to the concept of "bringing nature into life" and takes the egret flying on the water as the inspiration, adopting streamline as the main modeling language. Based on the curves of KINCANG, the curves and rounded corners are optimized and iterated again, making the building form more spacious and soft.
The whole site is island-shaped, surrounded by water on three sides and resembling a spinning cone, and is divided into two areas, north and south, by the planned Bie 4 road that crosses the site. To maximize the surrounding natural resources, the overall planning emphasizes the maximum use of the river view. The north and south plots use the corresponding river view to distribute the house buildings along the river and form a group on the riverside. In contrast, the multi-story buildings are distributed in an L-shaped strip along the street, and the two products are combined to form a semi-encircled posture. The two products are combined to form a semi-encircling posture. The water view is maximized by taking advantage of the height difference and through the layout.
Most units arranged along the river are north-south transparent. The building facade adopts silver aluminum alloy panels with large floor-to-ceiling windows, giving people a fresh, fashionable, modern feeling. Among them, the project is equipped with Skypool in the air villa, which is like the finishing touch and becomes the cover project of Shaoxing when it comes out. The building façade floating board continues the light rhythm of KINCANG curve, and the overall appearance is simple, pure and elegant. The interior is divided into open and free-flowing spaces to create an organic and unified space with the building. The outdoor quality landscape is intermingled with the interior space so that the whole building is integrated from the outside to the inside, and the building and the environment live harmoniously.