- 日新月异，感知空间美学，提升审美素养 -
As the design shows
There are infinite kinds of structures
Architectural details worth remembering
Imagine everything in a house with an understanding of home
Geometric art of interweaving points, lines and surfaces
Showing the beauty of the unique space
Conciseness and eternity are the long-term characteristics of Georgia style and medieval modern style. Although separated for more than a century, the two styles are cleverly integrated in the bold renovation of Lindfield villa.
The original Georgia style house was built in the style of 1980. The back facades of the portico entrance passageway are decorated with Georgian doors and windows, which bodam replaced with thin frames and black krito style windows. At a contemporary turning point, equally thin, low profile roofs have been covered with photovoltaic panels to accommodate todays renewable sensitivities.
The welcome kitchen is made of black walnut, in sharp contrast to the soft atmosphere so far. Its a balance of clean lines and honest materials used in medieval style furniture pieces with pepper spaces.The front door opens to an elegant central staircase with a winding lacquered wooden handrail that winds up and leads peoples attention. The exquisite bleached herringbone floor makes the house full of peace, balance and happiness, which is the essence of bodhams work.
Black framed glass doors - each divided into four equal rectangular panels - lead to an anteroom with a marble fireplace. The door is well coordinated with the windows looking out from the side garden, and the room is made up of low boom furniture.Subtle material changes mark a more private and family centered space into the family. As the staircase winds up, surrounded by striking brass and quartz chandeliers, the hardwood stair treads give way to a plush gray carpet that stretches seamlessly into the bedroom, making it feel like home.
The floor of the house has been redesigned to provide a more fluid space. New openings were created to form a wall between the cloakroom, entrance and living room, with a fireplace along the axis. In this way, you can clearly see from several rest areas to the entrance, kitchen and living room at different spatial levels. The room is decorated with a variety of textures, patterns and subtle variations in tone. The whole family uses a warm material palette, also represented by hard facing and furniture choices.
The master suite consists of a fixed cabinet and dark wood of a small dresser. A calm light gray wallpaper provides a neutral background for an eye-catching custom bed covered with a thick tuft of green velvet. Similar to the case of the master bathroom in the suite, the light grey walls and soft polished statue marble countertops are in perfect contrast to the light green fan-shaped bathroom tiles, Dark Walnut cabinets, and black metal trim and accessories.
At the Four Seasons Resort in Orlando, Florida, the designer completed the first exclusive residential development. Customer vision is to provide a luxurious, modern, spacious and warm home for family and guests.
At the Four Seasons Resort in Orlando, Florida, the designer completed the first exclusive residential development. Customer vision is to provide a luxurious, modern, spacious and warm home for family and guests.Through the wooden beams overhead, modern black and white tones run through the whole family, making this architectural miracle of life. With floor to ceiling windows, guests can bask in natural sunlight, through spacious corridors and wicker chairs, to an elegant swimming pool, overlooking the amazing natural beauty.
The windows on the ceiling exude a contemporary feel, allowing light to flood the entire house. The combination of traditional elements and basic modern elements makes the modern retro atmosphere reach a perfect balance.
The master bedroom is a perfect combination of elegance and function. In contrast to the gorgeous details on the walls and exposed wooden beams, the white exterior walls maintain a modern feel that blends with the customers vision of the house.
Limestone tiles, art flowerpots and luxurious sunbeds provide a true Mediterranean look and feel to the exterior space. The exterior exudes a modern interpretation of the four seasons community style and standards without sacrificing a creative interpretation of Hamids inspiration.
Overall, the task of developing their first project in the United States was successful. The elegant transformation of design details into this advanced Florida ranch is a celebration of vshds design capabilities.
As one of the first homes in San Franciscos historic Pacific highland community, balancing old and new is a particularly delicate task. The Edwardian house was built in 1925 and has undergone several years of radical renovation, which has greatly changed its overall characteristics. However, this Edwardian house has not been affected in the past few years. They face three challenges: renovating the house to accommodate modern luxury, maintaining its original historical features, and meeting the needs of a family of four.
The designer designed the third house for the owner. She deeply understood that the family needs a high and polished space, which can accommodate two children comfortably and let adults socialize. The calm, monochromatic palette makes the whole home full of easygoing elegance. The flooding of natural light creates a bright and open atmosphere, giving people a typical feeling of Californians.
In the traditional part of the house, the living room shows elegant, simple and comfortable artistic expression. Contemporary style works, such as plaster rose table, increase the depth between the neutral elements of layering. Comfortable curtains and wool windows create a warm room atmosphere.
The dining room, a majestic brass console from ILS Crawford, pays homage to the houses original Edwardian grandeur. Its presence is balanced by a subtle palette at home and a bold, black and white contemporary work of art, in striking geometric form.
Nature plays a key role in the master bedroom, complemented by steel and glass, and large windows provide a broad garden view and immerse residents in the surrounding landscape. The golden hardwood flooring and luxurious cream color create the ideal background for the natural beauty around the house.
By the design team between classic and modern, in the backyard to continue the beauty. The steel clad glass box adds contrast to the original exterior building, creating a ventilated, modern rear facade. A walled city garden displays local plants and a century old copper beech tree. This is a brand-new indoor steel structure residence, but also a perfect family living style.