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In this project, many natural elements such as trees, flowers, shrubs, lawns, and water are used to create the building’s appearance, allowing occupants to sense the comfort unveiled from the landscape, reflecting the coexistence of humanities and nature. Geometric lines, shapes, and other elements deliver a modern architectural aesthetic style.
The designer sets the building in a brown tone and arranges the white-patterned surface as the visual focus of the architecture. The designer concentrates his initiation on the beauty of the landscape and emphasizes the user’s safety. Therefore, there are separate entrances and exits for cars, locomotives, and pedestrians. At the opening of the driveway, the designer selects horse-tying stones on the left side; glass bricks are stacked on the right side, making the space look wider by creating a sense of extension. The top of the driveway is covered with a square dish-shaped grille, and the surrounding draped lantana creates a picture of butterflies flying between flowers.
Furthermore, at the entrance where trees and osmanthus bamboos are planted on the other side, the scene of light and shadow appearing among the branches discloses a poetic beauty. Stepping into the vestibule space, one will find the pool space carved out through neat linear divisions. The designer places curved artworks on the water, combining with the waterscape, creating a diverse landscape form. The theme of simple lines is extended to the rear door, and the metal grille is used as a wall to reduce the visual heaviness. And through the criss-cross grid design, a little tree and shrubs are embellished to create a natural portrait.
Heading upstairs, one will see the top floor landscape of the geometric linear frame continued, and various natural elements are used as materials to fill the space with vitality. A warm brown wood-grained trail is set up as the primary moving line of the platform series. In addition, the pool can be enjoyed as a landscape and a space for children to have fun in the water.
Jing Chen Interior Renovation Design
Interior Design - Recreation Spaces
LANSING ARCHITECTURAL DECORATION GROUP
Interior Design - Mix Use Building: Residential & Commercial