Bamboo Weaves Embrace Floating Walkways at Chinese Spa and Restaurant | Funs Design

Bamboo Weaves Embrace Floating Walkways at Chinese Spa and Restaurant"

Funs Design in China has created a special place called Chon Buri. They've built two different buildings - a spa and a restaurant - in GaoZhuang, China. These buildings are connected by a walkway that keeps them private. The design of the restaurant is inspired by the nearby rainforest, with lots of leaves and natural stuff to make it feel like it's a part of nature. Read more about the project below on SURFACES REPORTER (SR):

The spa center is more simple and calming. It's all about being in touch with nature and creating a unique experience.

They're located in GaoZhuang, China, and there are two parts: a spa and a restaurant, connected by a central walkway. 

Interiors Filled With Wood and Bamboo Furniture

They've used traditional bamboo weaving techniques to connect the building with nature, blurring the line between inside and outside. Inside the restaurant, they've used wood and bamboo furniture to create a unique dining experience in the heart of the rainforest. 

The spa, on the other hand, has a simple and calming design to help visitors find serenity in a pure environment. The entire project is meant to blend in with the natural surroundings.

Project Details

Name: Chon Buri
Designer: Funs Design
Lead Architect: Luo Bin
Area: 1700 Sqm
Location: Gaozhuang, Xishuangbanna, China
Photography: Yu Photography

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