- 日新月异，感知空间美学，提升审美素养 -
Project | 纽约长岛 中国第一代超模李昕的家
Main Material | 日本工艺烧杉板、黑瓷砖、白色大理石
How many peoples dreams are carried by the big house? What is your dream house like? Famous cars and luxury houses have become the dream that many people pursue and strive for. Peoples growth is always accompanied by dreams. When ordinary people become famous, they can also realize their family feelings in their bones.So, what kind of luxury houses do stars and successful people have? What home style is popular now? Lets take a look at the home of Li Xin, the first generation of supermodel in China.
The owner of the house is Li Xin, a top model in the world. Her ideal residence is a low-key but full of poetic leisure. Home is the place where the soul returns. It doesnt need to be gorgeous and too much decoration. It just needs to be suitable for itself, which is the best.
Both the future and the present
There are countless expectations
A habitat for the soul to yearn for
Become the foothold of happiness
Emerald sofa, with oval log tables and chairs, can be called ingenuity. A row of neat fashion chandeliers, just like the spotlight on the stage. With the surrounding murals and customized dishes, the owners taste and pursuit of life are reflected.
Go to the poor water
sit and watch the clouds rise
Empty your body and mind and travel
Watch the sunrise and sunse
Four seasons picturesque reflection of daily life
In home design, art into life, the most beautiful is to maintain a happy mood, empty body and mind. The material, lighting and color of the house add natural elements to the space to the maximum extent. Keep the beauty of nature in your heart and subtract in your life. The more relaxed you are, the more delicious you will feel.
From a poetic Road
Walk into the home with story and scenery
Let nature dominate everything
Building a beautiful experience with architecture
The most beautiful scenery is nearby
Located on the ridge of the western coast of Sonoma, the house captures the wild beauty of the area. Local landmark design, adhering to the spirit of nature. Let nature dominate everything and build experience with architecture. Founders Joan and Walter flowers were the first to grow Pinot Noir and Chardonnay on the Sonoma coast. Thirty years later, the land still retains its original rural charm, and the 70s facilities on the 13.5 Acre Estate have degenerated.
Flower management, organic farming practices and sustainability, existing collections of simple industrial buildings developed to transform into a resort style destination. This approach allows most of the original structure to be recycled while showing the design results. Start with a new sense of positioning. New corridors were created to guide visitors from the parking lot to the guest house. The flower house provides an amazing immersive story for the guests.
Inspired by the deep tone of the surrounding mahogany forest, the exterior of the tourist center is dyed dark, and retreats into the landscape, making nature the focus. At one end of the single story building, another building is added to transform it into multi-level facilities, so that people can enjoy the extraordinary landscape and garden provided by the mountain top environment seamlessly. The elemental materials - bare cypress wallboards, linen, wool and ceramics - give the interior a real, down-to-earth feel, blending Scandinavian minimalism with the local characteristics of the region.
A fine wine, the experience of the house of flowers is gradually shown in the design. Climbing the open staircase, visitors are attracted by the spectacular garden landscape and amazing panoramic view of the vineyard. Skylights, large windows and external shading are maximized to fill the space with natural light throughout the day. Mountaintop structure with covered seats and wooden oven for seamless indoor and outdoor connection. The surrounding gardens feature native plant communities, providing a quiet, private space for guests to taste wine while enjoying the amazing ecology of Sonoma Coast: redwoods, oak woodlands and ridges dotted with vineyards in the distance.