The Shenzhen Club landscape project in Shenzhen, China is about creating a landscape setting for Tea Room and Tea Gallery within a private club for a renowned bank. This primarily interior landscape project is driven by the concept of abstracting Chinese landscape within provided indoor space by the interplay of scale and form. Working very closely with the interior architects this landscape design is sublime yet sculptural, mysterious yet melodic.
The key feature of the landscape design within this gallery space is the long sculptural water feature acting as the backdrop to the tea gallery setting. This sculptural water feature is a direct abstraction of beautiful tea terraces found in Chinese countryside juxtaposed with the traditional Chinese landscape painting of shan shui. The entire setting is like a three dimensional Chinese landscape painting
installation where the interplay of scale and texture enrich the experiences of the tea connoisseurs.