Yichun Zen Resort

Bianca Dobru provides you with a space for Zen and to find your inner peace! With Japanese Cedar wood and a simple design, the Yichun Zen Resort allows for those within to have the space they need to rebalance.

Bianca Dobruone of our 🔝 stars from Romania, provided us with their Yichun Zen Resort project for the Portfolio Challenge! Dobru used Japanese Cedar Laminated Lumber for the design and as you can tell it is a major material used for the project. They have worked at UN Studio Architecture and have been a part of huge projects such as Karle town center in Bangalore.

Do you want to participate in our monthly Portfolio Challenge? Submit your work here.

Yichun Zen Resort aims to create Zen and a peaceful neutral space for those that are within its structures to find peace within themselves. The Japanese Cedar provides a light, bright environment that feels like nature organized in a structure that focuses on Zen. Now Dobru is aiming to make her next move in her career towards the US market! She has been working hard to gain as much experience as possible, while strategizing how to make the move over to NYC.

What are the top 3 necessary things to have in your Zen Resort?!?! Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below!! 👇👇👇

Images by Bianca Dobru

Make sure you keep up to date with us at Architect-USand take advantage of the information and insight we have for you for free. As well as the helpful services we provide ranging from Portfolio Plans to Career Advice. 🙏🙏🤓👌 Our Selection Committee of architects and designers with 10+ years of experience are also a highly-qualified resource for you to take advantage while planning your next steps.


Add comment


Follow Us!

Don't lose anything about-us