We are in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, known as both the “land of plenty” due to its mild climate and fertile soil, and as a focal point for Chinese trade.
As designer Long Fei says: “Chengdu is a very ancient city with a rich cultural heritage [...]. In the last 20 years, its population has increased so much that Chengdu is now China’s fourth largest city. Attention to the environment and above all to the quality of life is also growing. In 2018, construction began on a large garden-city on the outskirts of the city, with public, industrial and residential spaces designed with good living in mind.”