KINCANG Egrets Waves 2.0 Curve Cloud Living Room is located in the Jiangnan water town of Zhuji, Shaoxing. It is another work of the White Heron Series after Egrets Waves, designed by LYCS Architecture. The project is another practice of LYCS Architecture's light and pleasant design values by using materials to show modern style and forms to pay tribute to local culture.
There are 1000 answers to the aesthetics of life in the hearts of 1000 people, but for Zhuji, the hometown of Xi Shi, the appearance of a good life should be outlined by soft curves. The design adheres to the concept of "bringing nature into life" and continues the streamlined language of the Egrets Waves with a simple and spacious architectural form. The northeast two sides of the project face the road, which is the display interface. The design of the Soaring Egrets Life and Aesthetics Museum involves a central symmetry approach. This can be seen in the rotation of the first and second floor plan and the mirroring of the north and south elevations and the east and west elevations. This approach has successfully minimized the need for non-standard components, resulting in a simple yet impressive design.
Based on the Egrets Waves, the design team rethought the curves and rounded corner elements, redesigned the division size, splicing and hemming of the aluminum panels. The costly corner curved glass in the Egrets Waves was optimized with a radius of 1.3m, achieving a balance between effect and cost. Nature and sunlight light up the exhibition hall through the floor-to-ceiling glass. The golden metal grille is staggered, light and shadow floating. The cascading eaves show the beauty of feathered wings cascading, and the sunlight is like liquid metal, brilliant as gold, creating a bright and simple yet elegant architectural atmosphere.