Maoyuan • Jingxi

Designed by: T.K. CHU Design
For client: Maoyuan Real Estate Floor area: 300.00 M² Year of completion: 2018
Submitted for: Show Flat of the Year

Living Room Maoyuan • Jingxi
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About the Project

The project was an exploration of “lifestyle curation” in interior design, which created a resident space to contain a promise of life beyond the innovative imagination of urban elites. Through micro landscape design, the designers brought a series of miniature gardens - water garden, deer garden, grass garden and ect. - into the "home", enabling the occupants to enjoy rich and fascinating views.

In the miniature 'garden', the green field and little tree introduce nature into the space. Inside the garden, there is a 3D-printed white deer, a celestial creature in Chinese culture, matching the identity of elites with modern elements.

Thus, the design of living room retains the classic models yet in simplified forms, adds modern elements into the space and importantly keeps the luxury feature, striking a balance between the classic and the modern.

As the void is an essential element in luxury villas, the designers left it to the lounge bar, which creates another impressive point at the northern end. For elites, cooking is also an aesthetical part of life. Therefore, the designers expanded the kitchen space and used lounge bar to integrate various elements including Chinese kitchen, Western kitchen, bar and breakfast bar, etc., presenting an annular circulation to enrich the possibilities of colorful life.

In the bedroom, apart from the streamlined bed-rest, the round bed is used to inject dynamism into the space rather than the conventional one, revealing the “playful” nature of elites again. The curved headboard makes the space smoother in visual effects, which integrates into the cloakroom functioning as the storage cabinet and decorates the space as well.

The living area is flexible to have different functional divisions. Free of stacks of materials, the luxury style and exquisite layout demonstrate the intrinsic quality of elites

What’s unique about it

1,The project was an exploration of “lifestyle curation” in interior design, which created a resident space to contain a promise of life beyond the innovative imagination of urban elites. Through micro landscape design, the designers brought a series of miniature gardens - water garden, deer garden, grass garden and ect. - into the "home", enabling the occupants to enjoy rich and fascinating views.

2,The designers wished to create a space that appeals to the elites and shows the value of design: using materials in different forms and maximizing the imagination of life to stick to the occupants' unique thinking.

3. “Subtraction design”was the design method of the whole project. We removed some redundant functional spaces, and reconstructed the spatial flow, so as to create a living space with spacious atmosphere and rational moving line. In such an apartment, the family members could encounter frequently, which means the design could be a guidance to affect actions and emotions.

Garden Terrace Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Living Room 2 Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Garden Terrace 2 Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Clothing Galler Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Lounge Bar Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Master Bedroom Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Shared Study Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Stairs 2 Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Stairs Maoyuan • Jingxi
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Credits:
T.K. CHU DESIGN LTD.

T.K. CHU

Xin Yuan

Songtao Li

Shuai Du

Zidong Zhang

Yingjie Li

Yizhong Qiu

Xiaofang Zhang

Yiyang Zhan

Yanling Men

Siqi Kang

Zihao Wu

Xiaodong Zhu

Meng Xia

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