By Kilian Suzette. Architecture. Published at Thursday, February 01st, 2018 - 22:34:13 PM.
The modern concrete front belies the natural beauty behind the house, facing the golf course. Verdant grass and layers of plantings in sand-covered planting beds connect the structure with the landscape.
At the far end of the room, the kitchen is a marvelous example of the “hidden kitchen” look, where all the functions, aside from the cooktop and sink, are hidden behind sleek doors. It is a logical choice for a multifunctional space as it keeps things looking neat and tidy. Even the hood above the cooktop looks like an architectural design element rather than just functional kitchen ventilation.
The master suite is a blissful retreat that also has an open floor plan. The pitch ceilings add airiness and lightness to the already spacious bedroom and the unique open walk-in closet adds visual interest. The reclaimed wood cladding the walls of the closet are an artistic element that also adds depth and texture to the space. The bathroom, located beyond the closet, is highlighted by a translucent window, which allows the ground-level space to have plenty of light without worrying about others being able to see into the room.
In this exercise of imagination, the house of the future is a space which the occupants use both as a home and as a workspace. The design is focused on accessibility and convenience and in order to offer all that a flexible layout was conceived. The general approach aimed at exposing the beauty of traditional Chinese architecture by preserving the main frame of the house and infusing it with modern and smart features.
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