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China Yingjia Club at Vanke Beijing / Neri & Hu Design and Reserch Office CopySave this picture!© Shen ZhonghaiRecommended ProductsDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Ductal® Cladding Panels (EU)Text description provided by the architects. Neri&Hu has recently completed a project for China Vanke, the nation’s largest residential developer responsible for over 12 million square meters of new built development each year. Located inside Vanke Beijing’s headquarters, the Yingjia Club is a new five-storey multi-purpose VIP Sales Club built into the client’s existing office complex. This commission is a milestone project for Vanke, which has in recent years begun to champion world-class design and sustainability. Responding to the design brief for a prominent exterior identity and an interior space that is diverse yet flexible in the long term, Neri&Hu provided a new façade and created an internal spatial experience composed of interconnected intimate and public spaces on different levels via new openings and a continuous winding staircase.Save this picture!© Shen ZhonghaiTaking cues from Beijing’s traditional courtyard house, the architectural concept is a layering of private and public spaces both horizontally and vertically, directing paths and views that encourage visitors to explore each space and to discover moments in between. The exterior treatment unifies the varied interior as a single screened box, tying together the different openings, and also provides a range of view porosities relative to the programs inside through different louver densities. Progressing upwards and inwards, the spatial experience grows brighter, lighter, and wider due to the gradually changing material palette and constantly fluctuating qualities of light.Save this picture!© Shen ZhonghaiThe black tunnel-like entrance at ground level evokes a sense of mysterious exclusivity and suggests the start of a journey that continues beyond its shadowy depths. Passing through this elongated threshold to arrive at the reception on the third floor, the layered experience begins here: a spatial sequence of contrasting elements—compressed and expansive, public and private, dark and light, and sky and earth—unraveling with each step forward. Walking along the quiet, cavernous corridors, one glimpses and can access the two main double-height spaces, the Receiving Hall and Exhibition Gallery. From these larger public spaces, overlapping framed openings and skylights allow views to penetrate through the various rooms on different levels and even further to the skies above, deepening the visitor’s curiosity through visual connections. Save this picture!© Shen ZhonghaiFrom the Receiving Hall, a continuous stair path orchestrates the physical connections throughout the entire space, rising up from the third floor, then leading to the more private spaces on the fourth floor–Tea Room, Library, Wine Tasting Room—next, spiraling up to the top floor through the indoor and semi-outdoor Lounge and Bar, and finally arriving at a moment of complete openness to enjoy nature, sky, and uninhibited views of Beijing at the Outdoor Viewing Platform. Transitioning between public and private spaces, visitors will be compelled to gather in open areas, meditate in solitude, rest in undisturbed tranquility, or encounter other unexpected interactions and activities. Through all the various levels, platforms, atriums, windows, skylights, doorways, and reflections along the way, each becomes master to their own journey.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessProspective Photo Essay: Kimbell Art Museum & Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth / Amit…ArticlesZaha Hadid Seeing Double in ChinaArticlesProject locationAddress:Beijing, ChinaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Year: Apartments Projects Yingjia Club at Vanke Beijing / Neri & Hu Design and Reserch OfficeSave this projectSaveYingjia Club at Vanke Beijing / Neri & Hu Design and Reserch OfficeSave this picture!© Shen ZhonghaiApartments•Beijing, China Architects: Neri&Hu Design and Research Office Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/313203/yingjia-club-at-vanke-beijing-neri-hu Clipboard 2012 Photographs: Shen Zhonghai+ 37 Share Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/313203/yingjia-club-at-vanke-beijing-neri-hu Clipboard “COPY” ArchDaily “COPY” CopyAbout this officeNeri&Hu Design and Research OfficeOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsDabasBeijingWoodLeisure3D ModelingChinaPublished on January 02, 2013Cite: “Yingjia Club at Vanke Beijing / Neri & Hu Design and Reserch Office” 02 Jan 2013. 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SHARE By NAFB News Service – Dec 1, 2019 In spite of a challenging 2019, farm earnings are expected to rise this year by 10 percent. However, nearly one-third of producers’ net farm income is a result of crop insurance and direct government payments, which does include President Trump’s trade aid.An Agri-Pulse report says net farm income this year is projected to jump by $8.5 billion compared to last year, coming in at $92.5 billion. The USDA’s Economic Research Service says approximately 31 percent of that income is due to crop insurance benefits and government payments.Net cash farm income, which is another way to measure a farm’s profitability, is projected to reach $119 billion in 2019. That’s a jump of 15 percent compared to 2018.Commercial farms at which corn is the primary crop are projected to have net cash farm income around $206,000 this year, a 20 percent increase from 2018. Poultry is the only agricultural sector that’s projected to have a net decrease in cash income during 2019. The average income is projected at around $97,200, which is down from just over $105,000 last year. Farm Income Rising in Part Because of Aid Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Farm Income Rising in Part Because of Aid SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleBurnin the Bean episode 17 – Thanksgiving Ag Issues Grab BagNext articleEU Parliament Approves Increased US Beef Access NAFB News Service