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In this case, the designer tries, on the basis of today’s aesthetics and artistic techniques, to combine the primitive wabi-sabi style with modernity and creates a unique eclectic style. The designer uses modernity, culture and arts as the basis for full communion and symbiosis, and integrates traditional eastern beauty into modern arts to build a space of purity and tranquility.
Large glass panels are used indoors to introduce vast natural landscapes and poetic light and shadow for a dialogue between the interior and exterior. The use of curves and the clean texture of white walls produce a retro, primitive coarse feel.
The extremely pure details and concise lines repeat again and again the concept of “light” and “ceremony” from the traditional to the modern in quality, volume, surface, proportion and interface.
In this case, the designer adopts 8 different kinds of lamps, i.e., embedded magnetic track lamps, recessed non-glare down lights, spot lamps, LED grille lamps, LED strip lights, table lamps, wall lamps and pendant lamps. The diversity of lamps enriches the space lighting ambience, and the deliberately designed lighting angles, color temperatures and lighting powers create in the space a variety of comfortable atmosphere. And the main lamp free design gives the space a fashionable modern feel.
Interior Design - Residential
Kris Lin International Design
Architecture - Best Aesthetics Design