CopyApartments, Renovation•Chaoyang, China ArchDaily Marina Residence / LODSave this projectSaveMarina Residence / LOD ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/919227/marina-residence-lod Clipboard Marina Residence / LOD “COPY” Apartments China Photographs: Randhir SinghArchitecture & Landscape:Santiago Fuentemilla, Nelson Zambrano, Andreia Neves, Jun Zhang, Kenneth Lau, Zuotu Zhang, Jun ShengInterior Design:Jun Zhang, Jinlong BaiConstruction Drawing:Yangyang Xu, Shuai Yuan, Gaoqiang LiSoft Decoration & Signage Design:Echo Lan, Cecilia ChoiEngineering:Feihua ZhengConsultants:BETTER HOME ShanghaiCollaborators:LALIVINGClient:Harbour ApartmentDesign Director:Ann YanCreative Director:Yimei ChanArchitecture:Santiago Fuentemilla, Nelson Zambrano, Andreia Neves, Jun Zhang, Kenneth Lau, Zuotu Zhang, Jun ShengLandscape:Santiago Fuentemilla, Nelson Zambrano, Andreia Neves, Jun Zhang, Kenneth Lau, Zuotu Zhang, Jun ShengSoft Decoration:Echo Lan, Cecilia ChoiSignage Design:Echo Lan, Cecilia ChoiCity:ChaoyangCountry:ChinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!exterior. Image © Randhir SinghRecommended ProductsDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingRenders / 3D AnimationVectorworksVectorworks ArchitectDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20Text description provided by the architects. Located in the heart of Sanlitun Beijing, Marina Residence is a Beijing Courtyard Residence in Tuanjiehu District, next to East Third Ring Road. The original site consists of a series of existing buildings with different heights and structures. In spite of their architectural differences, the design aims to “re-connect” to complete as a whole:Save this picture!exterior. Image © Randhir Singh1. re-connect the building blocks through new bridges and links; 2. re-connect with the past through the courtyard space; 3. re-connect with street and neighborhood through the porous facade; 4. re-connect people through the newly defined public space programs.After demolition of some temporary structures, the project design re-configures and re-connects the separate building blocks into a new Courtyard complex, by formulating internal exterior courtyards and roof garden landscapes. Each of them is unique in spatial configuration and program and conveys a special quality and atmosphere.Save this picture!courtyard. Image © Randhir SinghThere are four courtyards along north-south axis. The residence rooms surround the courtyards. This allows for maximum sunlight and ventilation as well as landscape connections to the green courtyard space. There is a gym connected to first courtyard. The second courtyard has a new steel structure that forms the main public lounge area. Each courtyard is designed with a unique program to create community lifestyle culture with the complex.Save this picture!1F planExisting facade is partially preserved but renovated with red brick and glass curtain wall design with charcoal color frame. The red brick facade is designed to be porous to allow openness to the street and neighborhood.Save this picture!courtyard. Image © Randhir SinghRoof Landscape The buildings consisted of one level and two level structures and there are five roof gardens on the lower roof. They form a secondary landscape that the rooms connect to as well as provide open green space for the neighborhood buildings. The roof gardens are also designed as functional outdoor space for leisure and event purposes.Save this picture!courtyard. Image © Randhir SinghLandscape Courtyard concept There are several large trees on site. Four of them are preserved at existing locations while four are relocated to the new courtyard to allow for reconstruction. The project design has total of four courtyards. Each courtyard is designed with a unique program to create community lifestyle culture with the complex.Save this picture!restaurant. Image © Randhir SinghSave this picture!restaurant. Image © Randhir SinghThe first courtyard: Spring Court is the largest courtyard located near entrance. It has been designed with stepped wood platform terrace for outdoor gathering and movie projection. The gym is located at the north side of the Spring Court and is connected through a full height glass curtain wall.Save this picture!corridor. Image © Randhir SinghThe second courtyard: Summer Court is next to the main interiors breakfast & lounge space. There is glass folding door partitions that can open completely to the courtyard and create ambiguous interiors and exteriors connection. The ground is layer with grey bricks with grass in between.Save this picture!restaurant. Image © Randhir SinghThe third courtyard: Fall Court is a U shaped courtyard with a large old tree. The building massing is cut back to avoid and has created a very interesting relationship with the old tree. The rooms’ windows all open towards this courtyard that has most green landscape.Save this picture!duplex room. Image © Randhir SinghThe fourth courtyard: Winter Court is the smallest. It is directly opened to the street through the porous red brick facade with a bamboo screen behind. This created a multiple layered relationship between the Winter Court and the external street. The Winter Court has large concrete mat with black river stones to create a zen garden. There will be outdoor wood furniture for leisure purpose.Save this picture!exterior. Image © Randhir SinghProject gallerySee allShow lessLaughing Matters: The State of a Nation Exhibition / Aberrant ArchitectureSelected ProjectsB.I.G Haizhu Bay Creative Zone / Atelier cn°SSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Chaoyang District, Beijing, ChinaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Architects: LOD Area Area of this architecture project Area: 3000 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: “COPY” CopyAbout this officeLODOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsRefurbishmentRenovationBeijingChaoyangChinaPublished on June 23, 2019Cite: “Marina Residence / LOD” 22 Jun 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.