The L-shaped building form is divided into four zones, which are functionally divided into front and back areas. The village teahouse in the front area is the leisure and activity space,
while the village history hall and negotiation area are the main areas in the back area. The teahouse is located along the river and has a large area of floor-to-ceiling glass on the
wall, with greater openness, where villagers can drink tea and communicate, continuing the external attributes of the original building as a supply and marketing cooperative.
In terms of architectural structure, the triangular wooden roof is set up to improve the overall structure. Moreover, the interior space is enriched, and the corridor is added to connect
the interior and exterior space, so that the visual corridor forms a scene-facing relationship. The selection of building materials retains the style of white walls and red tiles, using
brick walls, wood beams and red tiles of the original building, which is suitable for the local style and unique. While using the original building materials, the new structural form was
combined. Brick wall masonry chooses the traditional empty bucket wall style of Jiangnan, courtyard wall adopts double-layer hollow masonry style, while steel structure beam
column combined with wooden structure roof frame is a new form different from traditional, and the two echo to complete the dialogue between the new and the old.
The building blocks are enclosed to form open courtyards that integrate the whole building into nature. The semi-enclosed courtyard at the entrance is planted with plantains,
creating a traditional taste of literati in the South of the Yangtze River. Water garden planted water lily, reserve wild interest; The inner courtyard is planted with climbing plants,
creating a multi-level courtyard space with jiangnan characteristics.