Located in the core riverside area of Lujiazui, Shanghai, one of the three major financial centers in the world, K. Wah Group Shanghai Navale enjoys a superior geographical location. Based on the architectural modeling, its interior design draws inspiration from nature and integrates forward-looking thinking on ecology. The whole is full of smooth moving lines, fuzzy boundary and excellent adaptability. With the bold color expression and diversified style, it tries to lead the international frontier, and creates a unique experience.
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International Interior Design Awards 2022 (IIDA 2022)
K.WAH Group Shanghai Navale Show Flat
Residential Apartment Interior
ONE HOUSE DESIGN
Fang Lei, Li Huang, Zhao Bingjie, Huang Cuiqin, Li Bin, Li Wenting, Pan yansi, Cui Wen, Chen Ying
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Entering the home, you can see the integrated layout, where the green bursts into just-right ornament. The stone background wall is placed at the golden section point, and the other side of the wall is painted board. They are opposite to each other, radiating a subtle level jointly.
Green is not only the appearance of visual communication, but also an attitude, more like a way of life. The use of green is not restricted. The control of rhythm and the harmony of density endow it with intriguing beauty. The dining room in the central hub area is surrounded by different levels of green. To some extent, it also carries a variety of options to meet dining, party, work and so on. The kitchen is partitioned by double-opening sliding doors, meanwhile openness, integrity and interactivity are displayed here.
In order to avoid fragmentation and clutter, the wooden grating extend from the dining room to the living room, and the appropriate trapdoor form is set into it, emphasizing pure and holistic design thinking.
The half-hanging cabinet in the study room are suspended, the irregular desk and carpet, and the embellishment of collections enhance its richness.
The background of the master bedroom is full of lines rhythm and blank space. The semi-suspended bed technology breaks the conventional cognition and brings infinite imagination. The collision of square and arc, the alternation of shape and texture, and the finishing touch of green, make the master bathroom enrich the multi-dimensional perception.
The children room introduces modern art deconstruction, breaks and reorganizes colors and forms, thus blurring the boundary between joy and calmness, and increasing flexibility.