The design team divided the landscape circulation route into upper and lower levels. Red ceramic bricks were utilized to build the loop circulation to create a sense of ceremony and provide a clear guide towards the building for people entering the space from different directions. Meanwhile, the black gravels-paved garden provides a more open and freer area to stop and rest, giving visitors another option for diverse experiences. The overall ‘passive design’ of the building minimizes energy consumption through the double-layer curtain wall system (clay brick grid + cavity + insulated low-e tempered glass) on the east, south and west facades. Compared with conventional curtain walls, the system reduces the heat conduction of the building by about 30% and estimated cooling energy consumption by 30%. The project successfully exerted its influence as a micro urban landscape. Its impact re-active the product trend of the tradition hand-made brick industry. It is a successful practice of environmental-friendly architecture. A module solution in architectural curtain wall. The built project has become a destination for numerous visitors, while contributing to the brand value of the client as well as the land value in the area.