Italian Minimalist Villa by Feng Yang

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Italian Minimalist

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Villa

INSPIRATION:
The project applies the elements of Japanese architecture design,Wabi sabi.The project was to bring to the living and reading spaces, where the contact with nature can be always present. For this reason, the use of natural textures and the enhancement of natural lighting were chosen and light colors that contrast with the green that exists in the garden.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
With the the concept of living in a study, the designers perform to full potential to provide the necessary living and read spaces needed for a family. In the visual design, they interpret the natural elements of water and light in an abstract form in the space, to create a bright, comfortable, simple and tranquil space environment.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
In this project, the spaces are designed to accommodate to the atmosphere of different users.The first floor space, in moving line, is planned into the garage, gateway, lobby and living room with a clean design approach . The master bedroom on the third floor adopts steady and imposing style, looking concise and clear. The bedroom on the second floor for the daughter applies pink and grey colors to present gentle maiden temperament. The furniture is largely placed on the floor to highlight the comfort and warmth of the home.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project was located in Bei Jing, China. The construction will start on July, 2020.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The four-floor villa is decorated with wood and copper materials. The two textures combine to present a sense of high-class simplicity. The public area floors are paved with grey matte marbles, looking hard and clear. The private space adopts wooden floors, feeling warm and comfortable. The two different floor materials create diverse space atmospheres.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The house keeps a space window to bring in light. To reduce light pollution from direct light exposure, the designers adopt diamond-shaped glass with fluctuated water surface effect in the space window, which changes color and enhance light to serve as an ornament with illumination function. It brings in daylight when the sun shines in the day, presenting a sparkling effect in space. At night it glows on its own, saving energy in an environment friendly way, in a new form of art.

TAGS:
Vallia, Sunshine, Light, Minimalist, Space, Italian

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Based on the original building structure, the designer transforms this mundane space into one that pushes the boundaries of architecture and design.The curved opening design interprets Wabi sabi, or the beauty of incompleteness, in the Japanese culture. It separates as well as connects the second and third floors, to increase space utilization. The tall French window brings the outdoor scenery into the rooms.

CHALLENGE:
The original space is loosely structured, with poor connection among various function areas. The designers separate the functional areas with a semi open pattern, while make them coherent as a whole. For example, they create a delicate scene with a blue table with copper line sketching the contours of dimension stone, as well as a screen with copper and freehand silk, to enhance the privacy of the interior space. The ornamental green plants behind the screen serve as a visual focus in the space.

ADDED DATE:
2020-08-19 05:49:44

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Feng Yang

IMAGE CREDITS:
Feng Yang

CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Feng Yang

PROFILE:
Chief designer Boloni tellmach;Chinese Senior Interior Architect;National registered senior interior designer;National excellent interior designer;Member of China Building Decoration Association;Private luxury design;Hotel structure and villa space;He studied in the Central Academy of Arts and crafts and the Asian University of Taiwan He studied in Milan Institute of technology and Brera Academy of fine arts Studied in Tokyo University, Japan

NOMINATION DETAILS

Italian Minimalist Villa by Feng Yang is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Italian Minimalist Villa by Feng Yang is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2020 - 2021.



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