▼鸟瞰，项目位于古村落中，aerial view of the project located in a historical village ©大可设计
The project is located in the ancient village of Rizhao, Shandong Province， which has a profound sense of historical vicissitudes. More than 100 century-old houses are well preserved. The walls of the houses are mostly built of stones from the Banks of the nearby gully river, just like the faint fireworks left after the blooming of life. We can feel the splendor of that era from the mottle. When I first came to this place, I was surprised by its wild and quiet. The site is close to a hill on the east side and water on the west side. Three big trees stand in it. Party a wishes to build a new house here to meet the functions of rest and hospitality. Its place spirit gives the person with ambition conceals in wild yearning.
▼顶视图，项目一面临水，位于村落的一角，top view of the project on the riverside ©大可设计
▼ 设计草图，design sketch ©大可设计
The creation of the architectural plan stems from the response to the design content and the site. We use the local unique stone materials to bring them back to a more important position, trying to create a “grown”contemporary building, Create a leisurely and complacent place spirit .We started with the original logic of the traditional residential houses in northern China as the original model. The courtyard space surrounded by three trees extended outwards, and the houses were arranged on all four sides. The spatial pattern was divided according to the flow lines and practical functions to meet catering, gathering, and accommodation Functional requirements. “There is a courtyard in the house, a house in the courtyard, a courtyard in the house, and a sky in the courtyard.”,We hope that this is an exploration of “spiritual place”.
▼设计生成过程，generation diagram ©大可设计
▼分解轴测图，exploded axonometric ©大可设计
▼鸟瞰，项目居于山脚下，aerial view of the project located at the mountain foot ©大可设计
▼从山脚看向项目，view to the project from the mountain foot ©大可设计
▼从河面看向项目，view to the project from the river ©大可设计
The whole building is nestled at the foot of the hill, and the building volume surrounded by four sides includes a restaurant, a tea room, a guest room and a reception room.The windows of each room open opposite to the central courtyard. This arrangement ensures that the streamline is inward and the line of sight is outward. Based on privacy considerations, we also use a low wall of stone piles outside the window to define the outer space and the boundary of the building. Between the low wall and the outward-facing large-area window, a micro courtyard independent of the overall building is formed, which guarantees The lighting and vision of the indoor space also satisfy the conversion of private space and public space in the overall space.
▼项目外观，external view of the building ©大可设计
▼庭院，保留三棵大树，courtyard with three trees remained ©大可设计
▼围绕庭院的房间朝庭院开门，rooms open doors to the courtyard ©大可设计
▼会议室和娱乐室，落地窗于外侧围墙形成新的庭院，meeting room and entertainment room, courtyard formed by the large-area window and the low wall ©大可设计
▼客房，guest room ©大可设计
In order to fit well with the atmosphere of local ancient villages, we invited local craftsmen, whose exquisite craftsmanship is the key to the realization of this project. The entire building wall is made of stone, and the mottled texture of the stone gives the building a natural atmosphere, making it better integrated with the landscape environment.
▼建筑外立面的石墙与环境相融合，stone facade merged into the environment ©大可设计
▼石墙施工过程，construction process of the stone facade ©大可设计
Architectural creation is an experimental process from scratch, and the result will permanently change the site. We hope that the work is rooted in nature, and finally presents a stone house that blends with nature, and its spirit is an unusual stone house, which is also defined as the origin of the Stone House。
设计团队：高浩军 王栋 王学艺
Project name：STONE HOUSE
Design：Dake Architectural Design
Design year & Completion Year：2018/9-2020/3
Leader designer： Yang Dake
Team ：Gao Haojun Wang Dong Wang Xueyi
Project location：Rizhao,Shandong Province
Gross Built Area (square meters)：880m2
Photo credits：Dake Architectural Design