The Amanyangyun Resort is contained within a new walled village and is made up of 26 relocated and restored Ming dynasty villas with the addition of 18 new villas and a club and spa complex. Dan Pearson Studio were asked to design all the communal green space (roads, lanes, courtyards) as well as the private villa gardens and club grounds. The client required the replanting of over 1000 mature camphor trees giving the village a woodland feel. The lead architect for the buildings was Singapore based Kerry Hill Architects.
Responsible for: Concept design, design development and detailed design for the communal green spaces, villa gardens and club grounds.
Site visits in China inspired the design of hard materials
Masterplan of Spa-club area showing the proposed Forest Peninsula Park to the south.
The Amanyangyun hotel and club opened in 2018.
Year of involvement : 2012 to 2013
Area : 18 Hectares
Budget : Confidential