Key Dates

18 January - Launch Deadline
25 April - Standard Deadline
12 July - Extended Deadline
19 July - Judging
7 August - Winners Announced


Project Overview

Green City · Spring Moon Jinyuan takes nature as its design language, draws on the exquisite craftsmanship of Suzhou's "weaving", and explores new ideas from multiple dimensions such as aesthetics, craftsmanship, movement, and expression. It outlines a poetic dwelling in a corner of the city, providing a more peaceful and relaxed spatial experience for daily life.





Project Brief

For Suzhou, "jin" is the highest grade of Suzhou silk and a symbol of Suzhou's luxury; For Greentown, "Jin" is a high-end positioning and exquisite architecture. "Weaving brocade" is the most fitting value expression refined by the Green City team after in-depth research on Suzhou's millennium old culture and insight into the life ideals of the people of Gusu. Under the aesthetic proposition of "not flashy but luxurious but not conspicuous", its texture, craftsmanship, background color, and other symbols are diversified and applied in the creation, promotion, and service of the Spring Moon Garden, in response to the earnest expectations of the city and people.
The spatial design concept is inspired by Suzhou embroidery, integrating Suzhou's classical charm with modern design techniques to create a unique and ingenious living space.

Project Need

Breaking away from traditional spatial layout and achieving efficient utilization of space through flexible partitions, multifunctional furniture, and other means.
Introducing intelligent design, such as intelligent lighting and temperature control, to enhance the comfort and convenience of the space.
Using environmentally friendly and renewable building materials to reduce negative impacts on the environment.

Design Challenge

How to achieve high-quality design within a limited budget while meeting customer expectations and needs.


Prioritize the selection of renewable, recyclable, low energy consumption, and low pollution materials.
Integrating green elements into spatial design, increasing green area, and improving ecological benefits.
Through reasonable building layout and design, fully utilize renewable energy sources such as solar and wind energy.

Open to all international projects this award celebrates innovative and creative building interiors, with consideration given to space creation and planning, furnishings, finishes, aesthetic presentation and functionality. Consideration also given to space allocation, traffic flow, building services, lighting, fixtures, flooring, colours, furnishings and surface finishes.  

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