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The design implants two separate but intersecting cosmic views in a single-story residence for a young couple and their four cats. The soft curves that flow like water and functional volumes are as fluid as the movement of the cats, distributed throughout the daily space of the humans, while the use of different materials defines the implicit boundaries. In addition to the openness of daily companionship, there are also independent traffic flows designed specifically for the cats, such as a closed and hidden cat house and three-dimensional cabinet tunnels. The cats also enjoy their exclusive passageways that traverse between public and private areas in the house. By combining the design with peepholes and door panels, balance can be achieved between the function of the owners’ care and observation and respect of the cats’ privacy.
Using pure color tones like light gray and white to form a comfortable base, combined with a sweet rosy pink, the design creates a lively visual impression. The flowing arcs run between the cabinets, blending like liquids into the daily lives of the residents. In the bright and open homy area, three-dimensional tunnels and a cat house support the cats’ needs of traversing, walking, perching, and playing. Through the peepholes, the surprise and fun of exploration is provided. Moreover, the designer utilizes the plasticity of diatomite to leave cat footprints on the wall, giving the space even more of an emotional connection.
WOODEN ELEPHANT INTERIOR DESIGN
Interior Design - Residential
Hangzhou Maifang Decoration Design Engineering Co. , Ltd.
Interior Design - Hotels & Resorts