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Chengdu Courtyard, Sichuan

Renaissance of Old Western Sichuan and Chengdu by Neoclassicism

Given to its resources and climate, Sichuan is noted as the “Land of Abundance”, which is also called “Tianfu” in Chinese.

The New Tianfu Square is located in the heart of Chengdu and occupied the previous place of the imperial city. Chengdu Courtyard is suited within this square and surrounded by a grand music fountain with features from western Sichuan culture.


This courtyard was aimed to combine the functions of leisure, dinning, fashion and entertaining, thus to illustrate the culture and lifestyle of Chengdu. From the entire cultural creation, Hanloong’s team paid major attention to the unique system optimizing, low-carbon ecology, and definite functioning. In particular, the courtyard was divided into two zones, the north was open to public leisure activities, while the south was comparatively private, including cultural exposition, creative restaurant and experience areas.


Chengdu Courtyard absorbed the advantages and cultural genes from two ancient streets in Chengdu, which are called Jinli Street and Kuanzai Alley. Furthermore, the yard attempted to get rid of the limitation and closure of old street and replaced with the concept of open design. To help achieve the goal of Modern Garden City of the World, Chengdu Courtyard provided a creative space for new cultural experience and viewing.