2023 IID 🏆 Awards

Gold Winner | Tianyu Wan | Kris Lin International Design

The design caters to the daily life needs of a family of three, integrating natural light and ventilation to create a comfortable living environment. The open-plan living and dining area serves as the family interaction center, with the kitchen island enhancing the functionality of the space. The basement includes a media room and a gaming area, offering a relaxing retreat.

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Gold 🏆 Winner
International Interior Design Awards 2023

Tianyu Wan
Residential Interior Built

Kris Lin International Design

Kris Lin

Design Team
Kris Lin, Anda Yang

Wuxi, China



Located in Jiangyin’s Ershan Bay, an important area surrounded by Ershan, Dingshan, and Yangtoushan mountains, facing Ershan Bay to the south and near Tian’er Bay Forest Park, the project boasts “three mountains, one lake, and two parks,” providing excellent environmental resources.

 Innovative Points

  1. Embrace Nature:

Focusing on close interaction between humans and nature, panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows bring natural scenery indoors, allowing views of distant mountains and courtyard vegetation from every corner. Material contrasts and sculptural staircases enhance the interior space, while the spacious terrace offers a perfect view of the distant mountains, enhancing both indoor and outdoor connectivity and interaction.

  1. Multidimensional Family Space:

The open-plan living and dining area forms the heart of family activities, offering ample shared space. The kitchen island adds functional layers, suitable for family baking and gatherings. The selection of materials, contrasting stones, and marble with warm wood, glass, and metal, creates a unique ambiance. The basement’s media room and gaming area provide a private leisure space, while the personal areas use beige tones and minimalist materials for a comfortable atmosphere. Unique furniture and decorative designs enrich the visual layers of the space.