Interior is the soul of architecture, the connection between human and environment, and the combination of human art and material civilization.
"'White' only exists in our perception and cognition. We must not try to find white, but to find a way to feel white." - Kenya Hara, "White"
The owner of this case, Qin Man, became a designer of Huili after returning from Milan. She is good at using deconstruction to combine the elements of national tide with the characteristics of Huili. The mahjong shoes and ineffective resistance designed by her are very popular among young people.
"Live well and live in the moment" is her attitude towards life and her design philosophy. I hope to bring my own design style into the first house in my life.
Minimalism never means singular. This time, FF, which has tried pure black and also challenged red, will use white as the keynote, and cooperate with the warmth of logs and the vitality of green plants to integrate nature, salt, rhythm, and breath. With an understanding of the diversity of minimalism, walk into this seemingly not so minimalist home.
The entrance door is specially selected in light gray to achieve a balance that is dazzling but not obtrusive. The built-in cabinet with moderate concealment ratio on the left ensures the cleanliness of the entrance area. The entire floor-to-ceiling mirror outlined by the linear light on the right extends the space infinitely.
The connected guest and dining rooms form an open and transparent living room pattern, which weakens the regional boundaries while retaining their independence.
The living room is highly rational with minimalism, reducing the complicated decorative design. The low-saturated coffee color is rubbed into the white base note, and the green plants, the incense sticks, the Japanese big leaf umbrella, the buffalo horn...the eye-catching green plants inject vitality and vitality. The relationship between people and objects is interwoven and integrated in the space.
Sunlight dominates the entire space through the vertical shutters, presenting rich layers of light and shadow. Lying on the soft and cute sofa, feel the rare laziness and freedom.
Sacrifice a little storage space and use white space in exchange for a clean and refreshing background wall. The movable TV and cabinet break the restraint of the space and provide a variety of possibilities.
The wood-colored old-fashioned cabinet has a sense of historical precipitation but is not heavy. It collides with the Bauhaus-style trolley to create an interesting sense of conflict, strengthening the tension of the space.
The minimalist yet well-designed dining table lays the foundation for the style. The gray and white blocks are interspersed with each other, which is flexible and light. Paired with an asymmetrical antique chair, it is a fusion of art and pyrotechnics.
The FRAGMENT lamp designed by Chen Xingyu occupies the protagonist of the vision, and the unique "spaceship"-like shape brings a wonderfully surreal feeling
Using linear light as the carrier of space shaping, it creates a warm and romantic dining atmosphere.
The reflection of the floor-to-ceiling mirror forms a unique way of dialogue and communication between the guest and dining rooms, and the sense of hierarchy is immediately apparent.
The open-plan U-shaped kitchen accommodates all the messiness, and the built-in electrical design is even more space-saving and minimal.
The partition wall between the original study and the living room is opened to become a symbiotic intimacy, and the potential of the space is fully released.
The flexible space partition gives the space more interaction and breathing, allowing sight and air to flow freely.
Retaining the function of the balcony, the custom-made white cabinet "hides" the washing machine and dryer, and the matte-textured shelf and the wood-colored desk are light and practical.
The master bedroom contrasts with the public area in a simple gray and white style, making the space instantly quiet, supplemented by soft and relaxing furniture to maximize comfort.
The pure white cabinet is integrated with the wall, giving the space a pure experience and achieving a balance between practicality and beauty.
The gridded wall treatment integrates the classical sense of order and forms a unique spatial rhythm.
The second bedroom pays more attention to the creation of a warm and comfortable atmosphere, retaining a certain simplified original texture.
With extreme restraint, point light sources and green plants are used to embellish the space, showing the unique life aesthetics of the owner with the diversity of design language.
The main guard implements minimalism to the end, with gray cement tiles as the base and white embellishments, making the space concise and clear.
The addition of the bathtub adds a sense of ritual to quality life.
The public bathroom is designed with a shower room, which is separated from wet and dry by a black-framed glass door, giving people a clean and simple feeling.