Based on Tianjin’s commercial port and colonial culture, the design distills the marine elements of Tianjin and the French opulence of colonial culture, blending tradition with innovation. It dares to transcend the coldness of minimalism, creating a rich, intricate, diverse, and elegant visual effect. The ceiling of the living space mimics the night sky with a gray mirror, adorned with crystals, to create an undulating visual effect reminiscent of the sea. Throughout the entire house, the color clue of Burgundy red is used, and the use of diagonally cut marble flooring in a collage style makes the residence feel youthful. The designer skillfully integrates French style, feminine delicacy, and modern elegance through lines, materials, and colors. In the master suite, a semi-private space breaks away from the conventional fixed domestic scene, offering versatile scenarios through flexible use. The space can be private or open, serving as a study, music room, art studio, or workspace. Japanese screens and Greek copper engravings tell the owner’s experiences, breaking boundaries and fostering an Eastern-Western dialogue. In the daughter’s room, the aesthetic focal point is a grand bed with a flawless ‘Giselle Crown’ form, evoking a cherished affection akin to pearls on the little owner’s crown.
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Gold 🏆 Winner
International Interior Design Awards 2023
Guili Elegance Maison, Teda
Interior Built – Residential
Wing & Associates Design
Xue Zhao, Dora Deng, Wanyang Zhang, Zongjun Su, Lulu Zhang, Chuanhuil Liu, Chen Wang, Xinyi Cai, Chao Zhang
Intersection of Second Avenue and Beihai West Road in Tianjin Binhai New Area, China