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The designer uses the terms "history, ginkgo, water vein, humanity," among others, and adoptes the picture of a green ecological area for the entire product, implanting a local cultural gene to satisfy customers' spiritual demands.
The interior area design makes extensive use of wooden grille materials. The dispersed gaps and the wall waves' undulations add to the object's wild appearance while allowing the atmosphere in the field to flow spontaneously. Each space's relevance and permeability are strengthened by the semi-enclosed partition design. The area is connected as an organic whole, enhancing the building's sense of life while also ensuring the convenience of eventual marketing operations.
The interior design incorporates huge surface reduction, splicing, and independence, which are design strategies used in architecture to enhance the integrity and artistry of the space. The designer creates a clear visual contrast with the difference of materials to show the style of the space with distinctive artistic logic, and stresses the independence of each volume via the differentiation of materials and the interleaving of positions.
The designer concentrates on floor lamps, light stones, light permeable lamp films, and other atmosphere lighting in addition to conventional lighting. By combining changes in light and shadow, the designer creates a transparent glass container space that will highlight the project's high level of quality.
To improve the overall material level of the space and to keep up with the current design fad in all spheres of life, the designer coveres the wall surface with a substantial number of recyclable WPC wave boards. This has also allowed the designer to incorporate the cutting-edge development idea of "green ecology" into the design details.
Implementing traditional garden landscape techniques like frame mirror, ending scenery, and through-view not only intensifies the natural ambiance of the area but also molds the elegant creative notion of "green trees and green vines, covered with collars and rocks." Numerous interior landscapes are incorporated into the painting, creating responses in each place and enhancing spatial communication.
Hong Kong Fong Wong Architects Group
Interior Design - Commercial
Interior decoration design: F.G STUDIO
Interior Design - Mix Use Building: Residential & Commercial