The former canopies are replaced and extended into a closed loop with the tea house as the start and also the end point for the path. The porch flows away from the stone and plants of the garden, creating a delicate landscape of “really dense, different views, full of twists and turns”.
The porch is constructed of light steel construction. Thin pillars, rear beams and the ground are coated with dark gray fluorocarbon paint. The same color hides the material properties and creates a cruise line beyond material perception. The veranda flows away from the water, stone and plants of the courtyard, creating a garden landscape of “really dense, different views, full of twists and turns”. Considering the different landscape of stone parts and plantings along the path, the veranda is enlarged in some places to form resting nodes, which provides “in-motion view” and “in-position view” of the courtyard, and also turns into an ornamental plant. the courtyard into a place where people can share, communicate and even love.