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With forest as the idea, the designer brings trees and greenery into the interior space to create a house that breathes. Focuses on living style in this spatial design, exploring the relationship between people and nature, living spaces and way of living. The designer introduces outdoor scenery and natural ecology into the interior. The natural elements are implemented as a medium to release the natural atmosphere through logs and plants, so that the texture of the material becomes the decoration of the space.
In order to allow for more than one possibility in the use of space, the concept of flexibility was used to configure it, and movable furniture pieces were used, which can be moved according to the needs in this apartment. The use of space is planned according to the way of living of its residents, and the glass wall is used as a space divider instead of a solid wall. The designer used transplanted decorative tree trunks and plants to turn this space into a transparent flower room and tea room, which is rare in a home. The living room and the entrance corridor are separated by a chased display cabinet, which is designed to enlarge the feeling of space and overlap with the stone wall to enrich the visual hierarchy.
Through the nature of the form and the earth color tone, the designer has created a naturalistic house. The ecology is maintained by natural ventilation and light, and the residence can enjoy a refreshing life in the natural beauty of the space. It awakens the five senses of the residents and allows them to feel the seasonal changes in the space. No matter how many distractions there are outside, you can enjoy being embraced by nature when you return home. In a home full of nature, listen to your own voice and the voice of nature, and return to a quiet life at a slower pace.
PAI SHI INTERIOR DESIGN
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