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  • Project Title

    Joe.Lalli Valley Villa

  • Winning Firm


  • Lead Designer

    Project Director: Yu Jiang, Project Manager: Hong Ren

  • Awarded

  • Project Link
  • Project Location
    Huzhou, China
  • Project Status
  • Completion Date
    September, 2020
  • Client
    Deqing Yulong Tourism Development Co., Ltd.,zhejiang Lancheng Qingzhou Management Co., Ltd.

  • Architectural Firm
  • Architect Firm / Studio Name
  • Lead Architect(s)
    Project Director: Yu Jiang, Project Manager: Hong Ren
  • Other Team Memebers
    Fengming Ding, Xingjun Zhang, Yuebiao Huang, Yu Yang, Shenying Ao, Tong Jin
  • About Firm
    Established in 1997, gad is a comprehensive design institute with Grade A Architectural Engineering Qualification in architecture industry which integrates architectural engineering design, engineering technology consultation and service. Its works cover residences, office buildings, hotels, science institutes, colleges& universities, commerce and urban complexes. Gad is devoted to pursuing perfect combination of the commercial value of customers and the architectural ideas of the designers.

  • Other Credits

This is a mountainous residential project which located in J.Lalli. The construction area is 23,000 sqm and there are 130 households totally. On the one hand, we are trying to create a new living mode of mountain dwelling which is suitable for commercial development. On the other hand, under environment and construction technology thinking, we adopted stilt buildings to protect mountain. The large-scale application of the fabricated steel structure is a good example for local construction.

gad, an architectural design company that values creativity, quality and humanity, adheres to the belief of craftsman to deeply explore the field of architectural design, treats architectural creation with an open attitude, conveys modern life aesthetics with appropriate design techniques, and follows architectural construction with a devout attitude, so as to create more possibilities for the richness of the city.

Credits: The Group Perspective View/ Credit: Bowen Hou