Located in the Pudong New Area of Shanghai, China, east of the Huangpu River as the core of urban development, we hope to find an elegant and livable place in the bustling international capital. The design takes Oriental aesthetics as the keynote to create a modern hotel-style living state. From bustling to tranquility, the smooth moving line gives the space the Oriental image of the garden, creating a unique wild luxury landscape space .Lets nature really return to life, leads the future beauty of human settlements, and establish the practice of the best ideal life of urban landscape.
Various sizes of Chinese tallow tree create a sense of a mountain forest in the entrance space. The understory shrubs create a hilly forest shape through topographed seedlings combined with landscape stones, and shade-tolerant ferns and hosta are dotted on both sides to create mountain paths. The backfield space creates a sense of natural and wild luxury feeling of waterfalls, flowing water and mountain stream painting. Sapium matches the Sedum polytrichoides， and water lilies in the water bowl create an elegant ambiance step by step, contrasting the remoteness of "quietness" and the depth of the mountains in the subtleties.
The entrance paving with granite and stone mat patterns creates a sense of etiquette. Meanwhile it abandons the flashy decoration and uses simple and ingenious design techniques to show the echo and balance of oriental etiquette. The backcourt space is based on a large area of waterscape, and the nearly 4-meter cascading waterfall symphonizes the power of all things natural in the space construction. “Step by step Shenglian” presents a unique landscape effect through the arrangement of black titanium and stainless steel. The composition of “Shenglian” consists of water bowls, greenery and mirror. Each module has a separate drainage system, which prevents all pipelines from frequently penetrating through the bottom structure of the pool through the drainage pipe layer, and effectively avoids the risk of water leakage in large waterscapes on the premise of ensuring the self-circulation of the small water bowl.