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From the outdoor to the indoor, the first sight is the main sand table area. The impact of the volume of the sand table deliberately creates a brief seriousness, so that people can establish a separation from the outside and quickly enter a new environment in a slightly controlled atmosphere. Lightsome ribbon lighting becomes the poetic intersection of space and nature. When the light opens the colorful light environment, people feel the natural purity and the vitality of life.
A touch of red in the pillow makes the natural scene flow in the interior space, which seems calm and cheerful. Instantly push the restraint of the sand table area away, indifferent to the quiet natural exterior, is a starting point for re-entry.
The water bar area is full of poetic modeling technology, presenting the feeling of luxury and expensive window. With tea as the main drink, it aims to create a good business atmosphere and let customers experience the charm of business integrated life.
Negotiation area open line of sight, so the space has the starting and turning, mutual tolerance, in the overall return to the realization of mutual dialogue.
Partition screen, in the blooming space, still hold pipa half cover face, twilight, is also not.
The VIP room is wrapped with comfort and calm. It is a place where people are close to each other. It is like a large study for meditation. After the brief cultural collision and exploration, the state of mind can return to a natural and quiet state.
The curved sculpture, give the space like the body of life texture. The combination of nature and life finds spiritual sustenance in the space.
Nature, space and human coexist in harmony after reunification. Small place, through free and simple creation and form expression, explains the emotional experience of "tranquility, elegance, beauty, truth and harmony". In the abundant natural conditions, poetry is also born in the dense.
Avida Land Corp.
Property Advertising - Online AD (Campaign)
Lars Gitz Architects
Architecture - Residential Low-Rise
Lars Gitz Architects
Architecture - Conceptual