The vitality of Chinese cities is reflected in the diversity of elements, which reflect some of the Chinese ideas, that is, a common living space or a family gathered together to form a village. The overall planning of the current situation has inherited the traditional suburban structure. The challenge of re planning is to create a new paradigm suitable for modern Chinese life.
First, to break the solid and individual character of the typical independent family, so as to create more apartments, so that the landscape, the moving line and the public space will merge together to arouse the vitality of the Chinese living space.
In a suburban living space defined by a new concept, the landscape is no longer confined to the outdoor area alone or merely defined as grasslands and pruned fences.
The interior design of the villa is related to architecture. It consists of two main elements: the undulating brick wall at the bottom and the white box floating on it. The apparent division of surface material also reflects the sharp distinction between internal space in public and private areas.
Unlike the lower floors, the upper space of the villa includes family rooms, master bedroom, children's bedroom and a guest room. Pure white indoor space combines white paint, transparent fabric, white terrazzo, dyed white treated oak and stainless steel and other light coloured materials.
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