Interior Design Category
At the entrance of the house, the storage, display, and stairs are integrated together, with restrained curves and rectangles, accepting or yielding to each other.
The connected living and dining space forms a Chinese-style indoor view, with natural flower arrangements and silk lamps, making it feel like being in ancient times. We drew a mouse hole in the corner of the wall and used different wall thicknesses to set up small grids hiding around the surroundings, adding a bit of innocence and romance to life. Considering the needs of the elderly in the family, the owner reserved the room on the first floor for the parents who often come to visit.
The stairs leading to the second floor are the most carefully thought-out place. The solid wood handrail completes the visual orientation, and the rounded corner of the micro-cement wall and gray solid wood step with the stacking of light and texture lead to a better place.
I often ask each homeowner if they have any old items to bring to their new home. This case just meets the owner's requirement, and preserves their bamboo and wood flooring from 20 years ago in the new design.