A contemporary design interior apartment, such as space function, materials and furniture partitions, to accommodate all the activities of the owner. Extreme make-over is that The Designer replace bathroom partitions of a standard brick wall to frame-less glass to make it translucent, with a roller blind to give guests privacy. The Designer used a frame-less mirror as a wall treatment on the side of the wall in the dining room to double the size of the visual space.
The Designer also put a dining table hanging on the hidden steel structure behind a mirror panel. The dining room is designed as a favorite room for the owners to entertain their guests. This room extended with a small sitting room. This area is connected to bedroom through the sliding door are hidden. Use of this door is to make the space more efficiently. Throughout the “bridge” from the dining room to the bedroom, The Designer placed the glass panel wardrobe with sliding doors to eliminate the narrow space in the corridor.
Material color combination of white oak wood veneer as the treatment of wall panels and built-in furniture is finished in maple and white color. Finished floor using maple parquette that combines with staging an open concrete as a statement linking the dining room and bedroom space.
Bamboo leaf pattern in frameless glass partition in the bathroom become the main accent of the entire apartment, and steel structures that are also used for the bench in the living room and tv cradenza exposed in the color of steel and coated with clear waterproof coating. The ceiling is designed in 2 layers, colored in black & white contrast color in order to create a clear line of the drop ceiling is lined with neon lights.
- Project: Mr Chou’s Apartment Interiors
- Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
- Architects: Chrystalline Architect
- Project Area: 45 sqm
- Project Year: 2009
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