The building’s principle functions are hosting residential sales expos, property expos, and offices. The main entrance is located on the west side. In order to eliminate the visual impact of the messy surrounding environment, geometrical hills are designed to surround the square, which slowly rises as people enter the site, gradually blocking out the view. Mountains, water, and marble are fused together in this undeveloped wilderness.
A second layer is set outside the main structure in the form of perforated plating, so that the building is enveloped within it, forming a relatively enclosed space. The curtain wall sections are slanted, nestled, and interlaced inside, and the gap between the sections naturally forms the entrance of the building.
Everything happens inside the space, connected to the outside world only through the irregular gaps in the curtain wall. The interior is obscured by the white perforated plating, and as night falls, light shines out through the perforated plates to make the whole building glow, like a piece of shiny marble standing in the wilderness.
The density of the perforation of the plate gradually changes from top to bottom according to the function of the building interior. The main function of the first and second floors is as display areas, so the density of perforation is higher for more transparency. The main function of the third and fourth floors of the building is for office space, which requires a relatively private environment, so the number of perforations is lower, and it is relatively more enclosed while ensuring sufficient lighting.