The Vanke City Garden’s architecture has an eco-industrial-chic vibe

Trust me to use the words eco, industrial, and chic together in the sentence, but there’s no denying that these words, as unrelated as they are, well describe the architectural style of the Vanke City Garden main building. Located in Foshan, China, the architecture was handled by Percept Design who believed in channeling European architectural styles but also using a combination of glass, brick, iron, and greenery to create a distinct vibe on the outside. Step into the building and it literally looks like a modern version of a cathedral combined with a greenhouse, in an attempt to design a building that resembles and evokes everyone’s inner Monet’s Garden. The building serves as an exhibition center for various events and causes. The project began in February 2018 and was completed in the same year in June.

The Vanke City Garden is a winner of the A’ Design Award for the year 2019.

Designer: Percept Design