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At that time, he wouldn’t have known that he was in a dream .


Du Fu went into exile in Chengdu in the fourth year of the An-Shi Rebellion and spent the cold winter in a broken temple. The following year, with the help of Yan Wu and Wang Sima, he built a cottage to live in.


The hall was built deep in the alder forest in the western suburbs of Chengdu, on the banks of the Huan Hua River. In the hall, candles wavered, a few insects chirped in the green shadows of the bamboo forest, and the moon shimmered at the bottom of the stream.


After finishing his poetry, wine and chess, Du Fu closed the door and sat under the moon listening to the wind rise. The fragrance of wine that night was mixed with the aroma of white thatch, some with the wind, some into the dream.





Chengdu Qingtang Hotel, named after Du Fu Cao Tang, has 253 hotel and apartment rooms, combining leisure, entertainment, catering, recreation and conference functions. The hotel is located on the pedestrian of Chunxi Road, across the street from Chunxi Square and next to Taikoo Li and Daci Temple.


As one of the oldest commercial streets, Chunxi Road is still bustling with activity today, stringing together Zhengkejia Lane, Department of Socks Central Street, etc. To form the most prosperous shopping district in the city. Under the still leisurely and gentle ancient time, there are many interesting people, things and stores hidden in the endless excavation.


Thousands of years of stars, green bricks and Chinese tiles, stone slabs of ancient lanes, in the new and old turnover, efforts to leave traces of history. These old and new landscapes are the most charming gestures of Chengdu, a city famous for its tolerance.


When night falls, the city opens the channel of Morpheus, the god of dreams, and a strange sense of familiarity emerges, wrapped in a psychedelic incredulity that asks "Where exactly is this moment?"


The passage of Morpheos:



The psychologist Carl Jung called the sense of déjà vu, in which something or a scene that has not been experienced before seems to have happened at a certain time and place, "from the long-known". In his book, Jung proposed a sci-fi romantic idea that this is a memory of past lives, a phenomenon that proves the existence of collective human memory, some fragments of ancient memories that have been passed down from generation to generation.


The natural landscape and culture nurtured by the earth beneath our feet, together with people's past experiences and feelings, generate collective memories. The place is like a key that at a certain moment stimulates the fragments of scenes stored in the mind, causing a sense of déjà vu.


Soil, climate, species. Wooden structures, window caskets, flower tiles. Like Du Fu's Cao Tang, the identification and imagination of place are formed little by little, a slow force, and once formed, they form a stable spirit of place that feeds the soul.


Just like the birth of a movie, even if there are hidden stories or false clues in the deepest part of the film, it is still like a bizarre maze: everything that can be "imagined" and "dreamed".


The design of the hotel responds to the long-established cultural lineage of the soil. For thousands of years, the ancient city of Chengdu has been surrounded by mountains and a hot and humid climate. In order to adapt to the climate, the spatial structure of the residence is open and transparent, weakening the absolute boundary between indoor and outdoor, architecture and nature.


The lack of sunlight in the basin is also reflected in the enclosure of the residential buildings, with grille windows and doors and tiger-shaped windows on the roof to bring in outdoor light.


The paint of the walls, the corners of the houses, the steps of the staircases, and the lattice of the window binders are the folk songs written by the smoke and fire in the streets and alleys.


Turning one corner after another, simply lost in the cross-twisted alleys, walking, stopping and surveying, like flipping through pages filled with handwriting.


Through a windowpane, the city, half smoky and half faded, looks familiar, slowly regaining order in the chaos and awakening the known from a long time ago.


Sichuan Cuisine:



The restaurant is located on the first floor of the hotel. It integrates local dining culture in an eclectic and innovative way, combining the classic cooking techniques of traditional Sichuan cuisine to interpret the elegant food culture.


Sichuan cuisine is rich, literati came to Sichuan to smell the fragrance, Du Fu skillfully cooked Wuliu fish, Li Bai drunkenly created Tai Bai duck. The name of Sichuan cuisine is subtle, simple and elegant, which can express the ancient feelings of diners.


The design of the restaurant is based on people's identification with the food culture of Sichuan, which is numb, spicy, blazing and red, with the senses of taste, sight, hearing and touch forming an "index" for memory retrieval, reconstructing personal memories and collective memory of places and cultures into a comfortable and leisurely dining space.


The red walls of Du Fu Cao Tang and Wuhou Temple, with bamboo shadows, are the romantic sentiments unique to Chengdu's history. Looking through the window to the bamboo wall, the restaurant creates the abstract linguistic depiction of the lanes and lights of the city of Chengdu.


Sichuan cuisine is spicy and humid and responsive to nature, respecting nature while significantly engaging the taste nerves. The design seeks opposition and peace between inside and outside, warm and cold, man-made and nature.


It takes the middle way and harmonious way to achieve "balance" and "neutralization", which is in line with the harmony-based taste of Shu, such as hemp and spicy, sour and sweet, and rarely has one taste of dishes, but mostly a combination of two tastes.


"Eclectic, ebullient and passionate", the attitude of Shu is closely related to the natural and historical environment. During the historical development, many large-scale immigrants brought in foreign food habits and cooking methods to the Bashu area, and the influx of a large number of immigrant cultures changed the original urban social structure and enriched and nourished the local regional culture and humanistic spirit.


In order to solve the problem of commercial space utilization, the restaurant is arranged on the basement floor. The building is dug down to form a light patio and outdoor courtyard, bringing in natural light for the restaurant, and at the same time introducing the changing mood of sunshine and rain into the space.


The lighted atrium acts as a transition space, connecting the pedestrian street and the restaurant, linking the downtown and the seclusion. The staircase steps down into a remote corner. The staircase reverses, reversing reality and dreams.


Brightness spills from the sky, bringing bright light, elegantly balancing with the shadows deep in the corner, quiet and deep.


The clouds floating on the white thatched roofs cast a natural tenderness and shadows, leaving traces of birds passing by in a beautiful dream world.


Spirit of Place:



When people mention Du Fu, they can ignore the place where he was born and where he died, but they can't forget the Cao Tang in Chengdu. The relationship between Du Fu and the Cao Tang is full of meaning and they are closely influenced by each other.


At Chengdu, the poet changed his poetic style and composed many idyllic poems to record the peaceful and quiet life of the Cao Tang. In his poems, Du Fu repeatedly confirms the relationship between himself and the environment, identifies order, evokes memory and identity from his heart, and constantly gains a sense of belonging in space, sound, temperature, light, and self-expression.


After leaving Chengdu, Du Fu wanders south, poor and miserable, unable to feed himself, looking at the sky and recalling the peaceful and comfortable life in Cao Tang, lost in a trance, unable to distinguish between the present and the past, which one is the dream world.


Even if the things themselves have to be extinguished, the abstract state of beauty will be absorbed into our hearts, and the beauty will live forever in the form of human carriers. Meteors fall into meteorites, rainbows turn into steam, and the halls of grass in poetry are destroyed and built up again and again.


Just as the sea and the sky merge on the horizontal line, so dream and reality may be merging somehow in a distant place.


Yukio Mishima


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