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Located in a new re-plotted zone in close proximity to the Mass Rapid Transit System, Flowing Black & White boasts well-rounded living convenience and brand-new city views, with three-sided natural light and a layout of three bedrooms, a living room, a dining room and two baths. Based on a design concept of “less is more” and by breaking down the whole for more individuality, its users can enjoy a home set apart from regular residences focusing on elaborate details and diversity. It is a modernist living space that is simple, sleek and stylish.
The interior features neutrals of black, white and gray, while vertical and horizontal dividing lines, tied with arc chamfering, create visual appeal and balance in the space.
At the entrance, the arc entryway serves to integrate shoe cabinetry and cloakroom into the curved wall. The curved ceiling leather layers shape a soft, gentle quality, not merely weakening the sense of oppression from the beams, but creating interaction with the foyer wall.
The de-colored tones proceeds into the dining room and kitchen behind the living room, with mix-and-match black and white on the ceiling, the floor and the walls. The design, devoid of the so-called style and decoration, constructs a sphere brimming with character using blue-and-white throw pillows, wooden shelving and other soft furnishings. The open-concept kitchen is decorated with a collage of geometric-pattern tiles, adding an enriched, organic touch to the simple space without looking out of space and creating unexpected drama and tension in the coherent style.
In the privacy of the bedrooms, more blue and green are applied to the space, going beyond the soft furnishings to the walls. Combined with the original grayish white tone and concealed light belts, a stylish vibe of dividing lines and a vibrant setting can work in harmony, so that the users can lounge and have a fantastic experience in the space.
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