Traditional interior design is inspired by french style in 17th and 18th century European decor. It's a timeless style that exemplifies elegance and comfort. the main elements of design in terms of function and shape have been taken into account and on this basis the main lines of design have been determined to give sense of harmony. taking into consideration the choice of furniture, lighting and decoration to suit the design.
In this case, the setting of dynamic and dynamic area is relatively independent, and it can operate independently. Under the same roof, the demand of space division and the lift relation of building surface can be integrated organically with the mathematical beauty. Designers abandon decorative techniques and responding to the original architectural form with architectural practice is the most ingenious and solid attempt.
The stand design illustrates the creative approach of Oka company to the importance of design in its products. The outer skin of the stand is a half-transparent facade, where randomly wooden lamellas strengthen by key values, which are driven by OKA company, which concentrate and direct the visitor to the hollow entrance which suks them inside the stand and reveals the world of OKA furniture. The stand in a metaphor of a creative process which starts with the initial idea which is driven by the design and ends up in the final piece of furniture.
The unique merit of this case design is that plenty of moso bamboo(also called phyllostachys pubescens) will be used for interior decoration.Given the oversized space, so this design aims to alter the original void and dull space into a comfortable and luxuriant place by adopting scattered space and planar separator.The design selects natural moso bamboo,white cement as its materials, the ground put to use nature stone partly and log floor mostly.
Villa AT is located on a high vantage point, with an L-shaped floor plan pivots around a long curved glass façade, offering cinematic views of the landscape. The house stands in contrast to these boxy, conventional forms with a curving façade that uses wood in a fluid, contemporary way. Thin timber slats gently curve around the façade to create strong but soft forms. From a distance, the Villa AT has a serene, minimal appearance, but up close the rough texture of timber slats become apparent.
The color plan of the whole space considers the characteristics of the material, emphasizing the light and shadow, the material and the details, so that the high-level gray becomes into a special style. The technique of the space treatment is based on the understanding of the building and of the human being, forming the great stylistic features for this building.