Walking in the inside with surrounding of mountain view and lots of mild natural lights, it feels like that you are wandering in the nature to bring out the forest soul in such a delicate space.
The humane and natural cycle as well as the integrated gray style creates a simple feeling of multi layer to quietly depict the elegant residence. With the design of open bathroom, it connects with graceful bedroom to make bath a feast with artistic atmosphere.
With the technology advancement, electronic appliances come with more complicated functions and utilities, their looks grow towards simplicity to facilitate easier human usage, like the touch screens of mobile phones and plasma TVs. Using two simple color components – black and white, designers elaborates on the ‘minimalist’ style. Above head hangs special-designed LED spotlights of eight various lengths in black, light and shadows fulfil every corner. Like the simplicity exterior of modern technology, the cinema design simplifies complicated details, which puts user-friendly interfaces in its priority.
The Open Paperclip
The Children’s Art Education Center employs the architectural vocabulary of a “paperclip.” Within the existing spatial framework of TFAM – an interlocking matrix of solid strips and empty “white box” spaces – the new center forms an unbroken ribbon, shaped like an “open paperclip,” transforming what were originally independent areas into an open, continuous space accommodating a diversity of forms and allowing flexible use.
The design of the pavilion for the Green Factory infuses the concept of urban life interacting with green landscapes. Here, community members can plant produce in a public garden, which acts as a green base that inspires more of the city’s residents to become urban farmers. The factory was originally a site for labor and production.