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Nanjing is one of the four ancient capitals of China, with a history of nearly 2,500 years as a city and 450 years as a capital, and therefore has a rich historical flavor and is known as the "ancient capital of the six dynasties.” The three elements of "water, sunlight, and forest,” which nourish all things, are the core elements of the overall spatial design to create a thematic contextual space, allowing visitors to enjoy the unique immersion experience.
Overall, the space is designed with simple and large blocks as the primary spatial focus, combined with linear light and shadow changes to produce a streamlined and modern look. Moreover, nature is introduced into the space to deliver a friendly and welcoming vibe, making people comfortable. Moreover, the earthy gray color palette is planned as the base, and low-saturation stone tiles are configured in the discussion and meeting area, decorated with natural greenery and green objects. On the other side, the interplay between the interior and the light from the windows has created an elegant and graceful scene, creating a quiet and enchanting atmosphere. The designer's unique structure of a rotating staircase allows the sight lines to form a link, making a close connection to the space. As the marbled staircase rotates upwards, combined with the indirect lighting rendering, it presents a gradual effect with layers, creating a simple and elegant visual experience.
For this project, the designer transforms the concept of "one sand, one world" into "one space is one world,” using modern art techniques to blend with oriental moods to show a unique space style. Under the designer's careful planning, a harmonious color configuration with different textures is planned to forge a space with layers of change, making every part of the space worthy of a closer appreciation.
BETOP INTERIOR DESIGN
Interior Design - Restaurants & Bars
Yu Yun Tu
Interior Design - Office