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Being situated in Beigou Village, Huairou, at the foot of the Mutianyu Great Wall, Beijing, this is a place reconstructed and transformed from a farmer’s home kitchen to a restaurant that serves the traditional Beijing hotpot, however, the location, the historical background and how the space has been designed and constructed, make any of its given names imprecise, unless being very general.
It’s a profitable extension of a newly constructed village resort, a more proactive and urbanized manner of communication emerged in the village, a sweet integration of originally contrasting life styles, an unprecedented cultural renaissance, a hint of the rural areas of China starting to be sliced apart as how it happened in the cities.

LOCATION: Beigou Village, Huairou, Mutianyu Great Wall, Beijing, China

CLIENT: 2049 Investment Group

AREA: 400 m2

YEAR: April 2018 – July 2018

STATUS: Completed

PROGRAM: Hotpot Restaurant / Beer Garden / Event Space and Others

ARCHITECT: llLab.

CHIEF DESIGNER: Hanxiao Liu, Luis Ricardo

TEAM: Lihua Mi, Chengfei Liu, Yi Zhang, Shiyi Tang, Wan Huang

COLLABORATORS: Shanghai Di Cui Landscaping Co., Ltd.

PHOTOGRAPHER: Hanxiao Liu

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