With an area of only 90m2, architects need to create a “fantasy land” for homeowners. The challenge is that in this moderate area, how to design a comfortable living space and appropriate division, and at the same time show the unique creativity of the owner. .
The architects of Red5studio decided to limit the partition walls between rooms if not necessary, instead with soft lines connecting each other like a natural cave.
In that already impressive space, if too few decorative items are left, they will be missing, and if there are too many, it will be difficult to imagine where to put them. And if the furniture in the room has no connection, they will immediately make the room feel chaotic, even stuffy. Fortunately, the vibrant tones of pictures and collectibles help to remedy that. Along with the white tones of the walls, ceiling and glass walls, bright colored furniture creates the visual effect desired by the owner.
From the main entrance, the architects created a buffer zone in front of the “rock cave”. Inside the cave is a doorway without a door leading to other rooms. There is a smaller cave in the center of the apartment: the working area is also the place where the owner’s DJ parties can be held. Opposite that small cave is the living room with a giant sofa inspired by the Space-Age language, with a striking orange tone in the predominantly white apartment.
Because the work area – the DJ mixing corner – is created as a small “observatory” opposite the living room, the extra space is quite difficult to use. The architects decided to put some decorative art in it, and also attached a window so as not to overwhelm the surrounding space.
On the other side of the small cave, is an open cave at the entrance that serves as the kitchen and dining area. Featured in this area are retro furniture, “modernized” with green acrylic paint and stainless steel, and a water-inspired plastic dining table that creates distinctive lighting effects.
Inside the bedroom is an open space, the bedroom and the bathroom are only separated by curves or glass walls. The window or the entrance to the balcony is covered by curves to escape the straight lines of conventional apartments. Warm orange tones are also repeated in the bedroom, with furniture pieces shaped like swimming buoys or rubber boats used to explore caves on adventure tours. Even the small picture on the headboard wall is an interesting and meaningful highlight of the owner.
Many colors have been used in this single apartment, from furniture and pictures, as well as many shapes in Retro, Art-décor design languages. The apartment takes advantage of natural light, airy curves will let sunlight shine into the necessary corners of the apartment. At night, this “cave” can transform into a space inspired by 60s and 70s movies, to match the tunes that the homeowners will play impromptu.
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