Amanyangyun was built on the Hui-style architecture of the Ming and Qing dynasties, surrounded by camphor trees that bear witness to time and space, and tranquil and distant lakes.
Modern design aesthetics, a 300-year-old ancient house and a 4,000-year-old culture are harmoniously combined in this space and courtyard.
Concise and rustic washed oak runs throughout, enclosing a spatial pattern that evokes the feeling of being surrounded by mountains and forests.
To nourish the clouds is to nourish one's nature, to observe the forest is to observe one's mind. Through the quiet light and shadow, one can see the peace and Zen of living in seclusion in the city.