Located above 2000 meters elevation of South Western China Forest Area, Fairy Mountain Forest Ecology Exhibition Hall is not only a natural forest museum, a fully functional tourist center, but also a nature educational entities that take more than 30,000 visitors a month.
The Exhibition Hall is the showcase of the high elevation forest ecology of South Western China with five distinct themes; Firstly, the formations of forest, secondly, habitat in the forest, thirdly, the special geology feature in the area, and finally, how to protect our forest? By introducing four different color for each themes, the visitors start to understand the origins of forest, endanger species, forest vegetation colonies, stone cave, and mountain wetland. The purpose of the tour is to remind people the nature forest preservation and provide opportunities for student to embrace the nature.
The original architecture design mimic the nature mountain shape and create district triangular internal realm for exhibition, we convert the traditional myths and legend of local culture fairy ribbon idea into a zigzag three-dimensional shape to flow through the space in order to work perfectly with triangular building shape and let visitors to experience mysterious and artistic space.
With divide four exhibition topic into different colors; the red ribbon starting from the entrance landscape and the “welcome” with international language embrace visitors with hospitalities. The green area start to let people understand the formation of the forest and the local animal and vegetation habitat living in the forest. The blue area we start introducing the stone cave, mountain wetland and many special geological preservation feature. Lastly, the yellow area remind visitors the problems of climate change and educate people the important the nature preservation.
We enhance the visiting experience with floor display, window graphic over fir forest scenery, laser projector with seasonal changes on wall to create interactive pleasure for children’s nature educational process. Beside the classroom and multi-purpose area provide flexibility for additional exhibition, café workshop and enlargeable lecture space for visitors.