China   |  2020

MUSE Design Awards Gold Winner

Banboo Windows

Entrant Company

Kris Lin International Design

Category

Interior Design

Client's Name

YANGO

Sub-Category

Civic / Public

The designers extracts the important landscape elements—bamboo, which could bend but not frack. And even if it fracks, it won’t break. In Chinese culture, it represents a literati style with strength in gentleness, combined with the traditional Chinese court etiquette and lyrical scenery and created a modern mansion with literary elegance and oriental courtyard order. Move Bamboo as windows The overall spatial layout and the setting of the scenery are compatible and eclectic. The subtle elegance of Chinese culture is also manifested in the space. The light and shadow gaps of the grid penetrate and interweave with each other. The grid is like a "bamboo", as if sunlight dapples through the bamboo forest. The reception hall uses marble to highlight the calm temperament of the space and enriches the levels of the space. The warmth of wood and the coolness of marble material are balanced, and the scenery is landscaped, which blends nature and humanity. Courtyard from separation From the perspective of denseness, transition to opposite scenery, from one realm to another, it treats each functional space as a courtyard, and cleverly use the bridge as the connection between the courtyards (functional spaces). The conversation area adopts besiege color for the overall design and the narrow and long arrays are neatly arranged, tight but not crowded. Large floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to pour in from outdoors. In addition to soft warm colors of light, light and shadow poetically link the aesthetic rhythm of space. Designers has created the space relaxation to be just right. The reading area is presented in a semi-open style. The bookcase surrounded by three sides provides a peaceful and comfortable atmosphere for the reading. The traditional Chinese furniture has a thick oriental background. The VIP room guarantees privacy and gives the space a more diversified functionality. Elegant furniture exudes the East Classical feeling, embellished with gray-blue soft decoration fabric, clear mood, creating a modern and diversified space with a timeless and elegant oriental feeling.

Credits

Design Director
Kris Lin
Design Director
Jiayu Yang
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