Using two existing structures, the Zhoushan Island Restoration emerges as a modern dwelling from the abandoned ruins. The new home uses the original, locally-sourced facade as a stone shell to house the bedrooms and a studio. Their collapsed roofs have been replaced with a glass ceiling. On the eastern side, a new concrete structure has been incorporated into the previous architecture. This space serves as a common space where seaward views are always on displace through the floor-to-ceiling glazing, as well as a pair of covered terraces.
Photos: JianPing Yang, Yong Zhang / Evolution Design