~ Walls and tiles in shades of gray, fresh green, thick mist, and rain.
~~ Gentle tea flavor.
Incorporating elements of culture or a specific time period into your design plan is a way to make your home stand out from the surrounding houses. Whether you embrace all the details of Asian style or simply appreciate the lines and colors that make up an “Asian-inspired” interior in a modern way, there is much to be explored from the rich traditions of Asia.
This house is inspired by Asian interior style and combined with luxurious modern architecture, creating a captivating structure with truly premium space. Capturing the essence from calligraphy works, knowledge of advanced science and technology, blending poetry with contemporary simplicity allows for the intersection of art and technology in the same setting. In the hustle and bustle of life, there is nothing more wonderful than creating such a dreamy setting.
Living in art, tranquility, and serenity. Peaceful light and air, pure and fresh, unfamiliar yet alluring.
The space here is not only a product of the present, but also a continuation of history. Landscape paintings and modern furnishings coexist. The antique atmosphere and modern interior are combined into one. This is the fusion of history and contemporary.
Using dark wood tones to create the precious atmosphere of ancient palaces. Large windows perfectly integrate with the indoor and outdoor scenes. Sunrise, sunset, clouds, and stars, everyone inside can feel the most romantic and dreamy ambiance.
The skylight design brings fresh air and warm sunlight to the reception area, bringing elegance and comfort. In addition, the two-story open ceiling design significantly increases the volume of space, while allowing light to penetrate deeper, showcasing a remarkable sense of grandeur.
The overall color of the entertainment and communication area has a low saturation, refined yet vibrant, rounded, not overly whitewashed, not intricate, and not gaudy.
The blue wall is like a budding tree, dancing butterflies, pink as if in courtship, and Oriental elegance hidden in every corner.
Bright and clean windows create a contrast and interaction between indoor and outdoor spaces, making the space more transparent and interesting.
Project Name: C&D Foshan and Hades Book – ESD
Project Area: 330 m²
Investors: Mr. Wu & Mr. Xiao
Asian-style interior design.