2023 IID 🏆 Awards

Gold Winner | Changzhou Tian’an Villa Show Flat | ONE HOUSE DESIGN

The Tian’an Villa is located in the core hinterland of West Taihu Lake in Changzhou. Based on local thinking, relying on the characteristics of the original water system and region, guided by forward-looking thinking, it combines modern design techniques with the beauty of hotel style, aiming to constantly exploring the ultimate residence in the natural context, and triggering the deep resonance of quality and spirit.

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Gold 🏆 Winner
International Interior Design Awards 2023

Changzhou Tian’an Villa Show Flat
Private Residential Interior Built


Fang Lei

Design Team
Fang Lei, Meng Chengpeng, Chai Runzhi, Xulei, Liu Siyu, Li Bin, Chen Wenxiao, Li Wenting, Sun Yuchen, Wang Yirong, Li Jing

Changzhou, China



Through the grille, the stairs can be vaguely seen, and the landscaping technique combining virtual and real presents a unique artistic conception of returning home. Walking forward along the aisle, based on the terrain drop of the original structure, the relationship between the blocks is carefully sorted out to optimize the stacking and connection.

The living room and dining room are independent and linked to each other, blurring the boundaries in the scattered transition, and integrating harmoniously. Guided by the refraction of light, the crystal tube in the dining room integrates point, line, surface and body, forming a scene of its own. The metal components of the bar base weaken the sense of massiness, and the tension between opposition and integration is also hidden in the details. Meanwhile the continuation and response of design elements can be seen in many places.

The living room on the second floor follows the overall tone and is arranged in an array style. In the contrast between depth and light, tight and relaxation, it reflects a concise and clear hub.

The concave curvature of the background wall of the master bedroom collides with the metal, and the design of the asymmetric bedside table contains the thinking of the upper and lower volumes and the interaction between front and back.

The junior room suite uses color as the contact point to create a comfortable atmosphere. The cabinet is presented in a suspended form, supplemented by built-in grids and lighting, enriching the scene level.

The basement is extended by the building structure, and the light shuttles randomly through the glass bricks. Meeting guests, tasting wine, socializing, and entertaining here, carefully constructing the comfortable enjoyment in every detail.