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This case is a housing design for two linked flats on the same floor. One flat, planned for public social activities in an Italian low-key luxury style, embodies the high-end noble sense of the space. The other flat, reserved as an activity rest area for the family members, is endowed with the Oriental heritage, conveying the owner’s full connotation and love of Chinese culture. The design, an integration of Chinese and Western styles, will meet the aesthetic needs of the three generations of the family.
The space is integrated by simplifying the ceiling wall and removing the excess walls, which weakens the sense of pressure common in most flat-layer houses. Sintered stones are used as wall panels to enhance the high-grade sense of the space and expand the spatial effect. The designer pays high attention to the details. The aisle wall adopts hard wrap, sintered stones and stainless steel skirting, making the space more delicate. The space takes dark brown and white colors as the main tone, emphasizing the quality tonality of space, which is decorated with red, golden and milky white quality soft outfits, to the effect of creating a calm and fashionable space.
Shanghai Tianhua Architecture Planning & Engineering Co., Ltd.
Property Development - Residential Development (Multiple Units)
Moya Design Partners
Architecture - Low-cost Housing