Residential Show Home
The design of this show home introduces the space concept of Le Grand Chateau Extraordinaire with Empire styled vertical wall panels and jamb details profiling a spacious architectural structure, displaying a magnificent grandeur and symbolizing the Empire power and glory.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This 2300 square meters villa started in October 2012 and finished in October 2015. It is located between the north 5th and 6th Ring Road in Beijing, China. This show home has two levels in the basement and two levels above the ground plus an attic level.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The show home was marketed and open to the public for
viewing by appointment only. The show home promotes
developer's attentions to details and quality interior
construction as well as the outside architectural
construction. Thus potential buyers would feel more
confident, willing and comfortable in spending 8 to 15
millions Euros to own a home in this special property in Beijing.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
This project started in October 2012 and finished in October 2015. It is locate between the north 5th and 6th Ring Road in Beijing, China. The project budget consists two parts. First part is 3.8 million Euro spent for interior construction and all HVAC systems, and the Second part is approximate 4 million Euro spent for total soft furnishing procurement including accessories and antiques being used. 3 months after its completion, the show home was sold for 38 million Euro.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Beijing Runze Palace utilizes eighteenth century social backdrop where the oriental culture begins its influence in the western world. The general design is base on a French classic of which integrates exquisite oriental interior decorative art and interior architectural elements. A traditional local arts and craft called Beijing Cao style Kite, the world cultural heritage named Tibetan Buddhism embroidery, the unique aesthetic valuable flange porcelain, the golden Chinese painting on a black lacquered screen panels are introduced to the space.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
This Villa has 3 stories above ground, and 2 levels under ground, and it comprises 5 bedrooms, all with en suites, 2 large kitchens, 2 dining rooms (Chinese Dining Room and Western Dining Room), a den in attic with 20 feet ceiling height, living room with 26 feet ceiling height, 5 powder rooms, a 600 square feet home theater, Kareoke Room, a 240 square feet home museum, a 50 feet indoor swimming pool, 4 nanny's bedrooms with en suite etc. All furniture and decorative lighting fixtures were imported from Italy, Portugal, Belgium, France, and England.
Luxury, Design, Interior Design, Classical, Formal, Residential Property, Exclusive Residence, Private Residence
The project inspiration research is to create a show home which can give the residence a continuing feel of classical luxury. Every square foot of this project demonstrates complete beauty from floor to ceiling as well as intricate luxurious touches throughout. Sensuously rich materials evoking, and indeed incorporating precious jewels have been combined for interior architectural detailing and color applications celebrating historical grandeur. One of the unique aspects of the design is to incorporate some local cultural touch and art on accessories and collectibles.
The challenge of this large 2,300 square meters villa is that we did have a big dream to achieve the ultimate luxury by finding the spectacular European Classical furnishings such as light fixture and furniture in a very short schedule since the client only gave us a short time to source and purchase because construction contractors they hired have taken too long in redoing and refining the classical detailing to pass our design approval.
TEAM MEMBERS (6) :
Chief Design Director/Creative Director: David Chang, Interior Decorator: Jolin Fan, Interior Decorator: Rachel Yang, Interior Decorator: Berry Lin, Senior Interior Designer: Elva Ma and Interior Designer: Yalian Li
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