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The owner loves the elegance and luxury of the hotel space and also cares about the ease of maintenance of the decoration materials, so he wants to express a low-key and elegant style "without marble".
Thus, the designer lays a steady atmosphere with dark brown glass and wood skin, and the stretch cloth and titanium plating metal as the main me tope material, to create an atmosphere of grace for the space.
In the space planning, the designer is responding to the needs of the owner couple, and the study space behind the living room is separated with the glass screen, so that the owner in the home can also have a separate office area, and can hear the children's voice at the same time. And the screen modeling of a grating also creates the ventilated purpose for this mini study space.
In the design of the space, the designer buries the ingenuity in the details, such as lifting the ceiling of the dining area, and making the arc outline and indirect lighting, which not only highlights the eye-catching lamps above the table, but also subtly weakens the sense of the existence of the beams and columns;
and in order to avoid lowering the ceiling height for installing the homeowner preferred hidden suspended air conditioner, which will bring oppressive feeling for the space, the designer makes the high and low difference for the ceiling of the living room, and sets the air conditioner in the low layer, pertinently hiding the air conditioner into the space, and with the technique of wood skin covering the column beside the window to store the air ducts.
When designing the bedroom space, the designer incorporates the corridor space in the original layout into the master bedroom, so as to add the whole space of the master bedroom, and create multiple-space separation, to let the owner couple have the living space, sleeping area, and dressing room in the master bedroom, and make use of the space of a room more diversified.
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Hong Kong Fong Wong Architects Group
Interior Design - Residential
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