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Saint Augustine, a philosopher, once said, â€śThe world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.â€ť For this project, the designer has set the migratory bird as the theme of the space, symbolizing the return of the tired birds to their nests, hoping that travelers can experience a heart-warming accommodation that feels like home.
Standing in front of the door, one will notice the gray and blue color scheme stand out from the background. The solid wood panels on the ceiling and floor are reassembled from old materials. As the former hotel has run for nearly fifty years, many old mattresses were to be scrapped. However, after a discussion with the client, the designer decided that the old materials would be retained and rebuilt into a new look with the concept of making the best use of them. Upon entering the foyer, one will be impressed by the migratory bird decorated in the space, combined with the words on the blue wall, highlighting the theme.
Upstairs, the designers cleverly use old items to illustrate the number of each floor, which not only implements the concept of reusing resources but also turns it into a unique and artistic design. The floor numbers are made from a combination of wooden slats inside the mattress, white legs for fixing, black rollers for the mobile bed, and a honeycomb-like light source, which is innovative and brilliant.
Moving slowly to the bedroom in the personal living area, the primary spatial focus of the space is made of raw concrete and white tile wall wallpaper and wood grain flooring, giving the room a light industrial style. On the other hand, the hangers are made of black iron pipes to create the hotel's name and echo the spaceâ€™s style. Interestingly, elements related to the local surroundings and culture, such as railroad tracks, night scenes, and tourist spots, are adopted as bedside wallpaper patterns so that the indoor space and outdoor scenery can reflect each other. The migratory bird-shaped lamp hanging in the room reverberates the theme.
Architecture - Sustainable / Environmental / Green
Future Life Interior Design
Interior Design - Living Spaces
Beijing JIEN Architectural Design Co., Ltd
Interior Design - Residential