Cong Weng, Haozhe Xiong
The greatest threat to rural culture is not a wanton city, but a large number of aboriginal people who are born with historical memories.
In the past, people defined different activities in different places. It was life that became orderly. Now, due to the loss of rural population, the separation between different activities has caused a sense of alienation.
We hope to create a country life aggregate so that the village spirit can be strengthened in the mutual observation and exchange of villagers.
So we fuse, break, and reconstruct the original traditional public space so that it is not just an aggregate. The gaps between the individual pieces give enough space for modern lifestyles.
In essence, it is a chain that not only connects natives but also connects tradition and modernity.