China | 2022
"The essence of health lies in the balance of moderation". The design of this project is born from this. The facade of this project is built with stone to create a neat and simple profile. There is a curved surface on the storefront signboard as a logo background, adding some lines to ease the sense of cold. Impressed by spring and warm breeze, the designer, taking advantage of the large water landscape, connects the landscape front hall with the appearance of the waterscape. Customers need to walk through the waterscape path to enter into the inner space, which is like a winding path leading to a secluded quiet place. The elements of firmness and softness, virtuality and reality express the visual tension to the extreme. The reception hall and the landscape hall are separated by glass bricks. The designer integrates the "moon hole" element into the shape of the partition window, which creates a retro atmosphere while improving the permeability of the space. The clever integration of the two spaces not only borrows the scenery from each other, but realizes the organic coordination of classical and modern elements, highlighting the transition effect. The designer designs the whiskey bar rooms in particular. Guided by multiple visual focus, the designer presents the lines and volumes in the space with different degrees of repetition and superposition. While emphasizing the spatial style and function, it also blurs the sense of time and boundary, allowing customers to feel intoxicated and ignore the haste and anxiety of the passing time. In response to cultural images of the project, the designer carves the ceiling lamp in the dining area into a fresh red goldfish shape. The bright color penetrates the lamp to burst out the vitality and spirit. Different forms of fish swim here and there, making the space cozy and comfortable while arousing the customer's perception resonance. In this way, it can be integrated into a field to allow people share a romantic, leisurely interest.
YUNG HSU INTERIOR DESIGN