By fully considering the features of the building structure, the design combines Oriental culture and functional approach to create an elegant living space that strikes a balance between practicality and comfort.
The dark-coloured floor when matched with the light walls creates a muted visual appeal that highlights the façade and the ceiling as the main focal points of the space.
For the majority of the space, black stone is used for the flooring, creating an exquisite contrast with the walls in light-coloured wood veneer.
In the master bedroom, walls are decorated with wood veneer, wallpaper, and artificial leather, whereas white magnolia marble is employed for the walls in the master bathroom.
The spatial planning skilfully adopts Chinese-style functional spaces – such as meditation hall, tea tasting room, family pavilion, study hall, etc., complementing the theme of the project (rooting from Oriental culture and elements) and infusing extra hints of charm.
Natural materials (such as hemp fabrics, stones, just to mention a few) are employed generously throughout the space, exuding a sense of natural purity.
The organic shades of natural stones further enhance the design style, thereby strengthening the project's design concept of “The Heavenly Bay Shore” for those seeking serenity at heart.