These images were commissioned by Tony’s Farm
Tony’s Farm is a supplier of organic foods. Their Lujiazui clubhouse, designed by Playze, features an organic restaurant (1f), meeting space (2f), as well as VIP dining areas, a balcony and show kitchen (3f).
Spaces are arranged within the three storey block with a vertical hierarchy of privacy from public areas on the first floor, through semi-private areas on the second floor and second floor mezzanine, to private VIP areas on the third.
Degrees of privacy are also enacted through the shading of windows and accessibility, with the more private areas being shaded on all sides and having no direct access from without the building. This hierarchy is further reinforced by the separation of space – the first two floors share the east glass curtain wall and are connected by a series of boxes running between the two. These connected boxes flow from the first floor restaurant counter, spreading across the wall and ceiling before passing through the space between curtain wall and second floor to connect seamlessly with the central stairwell. This both establishes a continuity between the first two floors and emphasises the distinctness of the third.
NB The building is shown here as it was at the time of the commission from Tony’s Farm and should not be taken to represent the complete design of the architects.