This project inspired by a Feng Shui Practitioner who is the owner of the house, looking into the deep history of ancient China, looks for a space that not serves the daily uses of a cosy home but also a space that can brings great appreciation to the visitors on the history of Ancient China back in the Three Kingdoms period. Carefully selected bronze paint finishes the majestic piece that gives a backdrop for the 2 emperor chairs from the Ancient China.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Feng Shui is aesthetically driven for this project while vitally charged through the sculpturing of materials, fittingly in a seamless flow. All the elements are carefully planned including dominant ceiling feature depicting the accents of oriental design by the sculpturing of materials of mahogany finishes. A Key-shaped walnut finished display shelf detailed with intuitive attention of brass inlay-ed details showcase his collection pieces relating to Feng Shui. This poetic use of space works with earthen textures, softened corners and non-obtrusive shapes making these forces open freely, flooding rich energy throughout the space.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
A magnificent partition feature divides the spaces between the living and dining area, creating privacy yet open spaces for the users. Shelved with books, a study room is designed beside the master bedroom giving the owner easy access during his private working hours, providing a conducive environment.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
1 months for planning, 2 months for constructions & furnishing, Location at Inflora Condominium, Singapore
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The prominent ceiling feature depicting the accents of oriental design was customised using laser cutting using cad and veneered. The Keyhole feature comes in walnut finishes with brass inlay to highlight the line of oriental favours.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
120 square meter for Total Area of this Interior Residential Space
Oriental, Fengshui, China, CopperDesign, Interior Design, Asian
The space are made with the a balanced five elements of fengshui and texture of walnut wood, golds and stone finishes material, the modern oriental home becomes a hot topic among his visitors, giving him amble opportunities to introduce awareness toward Feng Shui to his visitors
The challenge for this project was the balance of elements of fengshui based on the diagnosis of the owner. Hence each individual space can only use limited choices of materials selected accordingly to the elements.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Designer : Miki Shiling and Creative Director : Jackie Lai
Image #1: Photographer & Designer Miki, Inflora Condo, 2015.
Image #2: Photographer & Designer Miki, Inflora Condo, 2015.
Image #3: Photographer & Designer Miki, Inflora Condo, 2015.
Image #4: Photographer & Designer Miki, Inflora Condo, 2015.
Image #5: Photographer & Designer Miki, Inflora Condo, 2015.
by Copper Design Associates Pte Ltd