On the first floor, there are spaces for diverse family activities.
A series of scenery-faced sofas and chairs are designed to allow residents to enjoy beautiful views of swirling clouds, swimming fishes and blossoming flowers.
A tea room is located next to a tatami room – this has a table flush with another in the former space creating visual continuity.
Cloud-shaped lamps hang above the tables, merging with the exterior landscape in an artistic way.
Opposite the tea room is a living room adjoined by a dining room and the elders' suite.
The wall decorations of the dining room take the shape of the Chinese-style tiles, which build a bridge linking tradition to modernity.
A sitting room on the second floor creates an emotional connection to the family members.
This is adjacent to the master suite and children’s suite.
The headboard for the bed in the master room is decorated with cloud patterns. A poetic life
The intersection of artefacts, artworks, atmosphere, and nature will encourage residents to lead a poetic life, loosening up in mind and body.