Luxury Interior Design by Beige Design

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Luxury interior design is completed designed by the architect Beige Design – Danny Chan. This interior design is designed for an apartment which is located in Victoria Bay, Hong Kong, China. This apartment is covers area for about 40 square meters.

In this apartment interior design, water is main theme of the design while the difficulty of its movements is rather re-interpreted in the cladding materiality and the colors on the surfaces; the ‘water’ in this interior is both tranquil and dynamic.

The panoramic views where the ocean and the sky is join into infinity, is the most precious element of this Victoria Bay front apartment. The apartment interior designer, Beige Design – Danny Chan, is inspired by the ocean in the designing an abstract dialogue with the view such as colors in silver, white and gray brushes on the surface of the interior to represent the sparking waves of the ocean and the transitive changes of the sky views.

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A direct visual impression as if on a table there is a pond where the water splashed out is provided by the table which is located in the dining space. On the top of it is hangs a spiral light fixture which is represents the rippling pattern on the surface. Which is similar to the pattern of a Japanese dry landscape design, the gray wood is patterned the floor in the living room area. Inside this apartment, the most impressive component is a panel of glass which is interlaced with the mirror and an opaque materials; this panel which is placed along the Bay front view is receives the sunlight and it is reacts to the varying lighting quality like the surface of the Ocean.

The reading area is encased behind a transparent glass in contrast to energetic living room view; this independent area is spatially secluded yet a 3D graphic art piece breaks the silence, it is to dialogue with the living room. The reflection is dominates the room where the door and dressing mirror are completely co mingled in the master bedroom. The black piano painted coats the bed set which sporadically shows the refection of the Ocean light.

The space inside this apartment is leaves many blank spots for the dweller’s personal interpretation, even though the water is the main theme of the design. In this apartment, there are no excessive elements, but the most selected items upon which he can contemplate.

Architects: Beige Design – Danny Chan
Location: Victoria Bay, Hong Kong, China
Project area: 40 sqm
Photographs: Ulso Tsang

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2 Comments

  1. Posted August 15, 2011 at 9:55 pm | Permalink

    Very nice interior pictures! I think to much white staff for someone who have kids

  2. Posted November 4, 2013 at 2:24 am | Permalink

    Hello, for all time i used to check weblog posts here in the early hours in the morning, becase i like to find out mkre and more.

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  1. [...] Victoria Bay, Hong Kong, China área do projeto: 40 m2 Fotografias: Ulso Tsang Fonte : zeospot [...]

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