Residential ArchitectureApartmentsTianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa Sample Room

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa Sample Room

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa

Project: Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa
Interiors: Co-Direction Design
Soft decorations: Co-Direction Aesthetics
Area: 270 m2
Materials: Dark marble, wooden floor, wired glass, silk cloth, painted lacquered board, bronze stainless steel, texture coating
Completion: July, 2018
Developer: Tianjin Feng Hua Land Co., Ltd
Location: Binhai New District, Tianjin, China
Photography: WYAP

Residence is the stage of life, the harbor of soul, the carrier of art. It is often said that writing mirrors the writer and painting reflects the painter. Similarly, residence shows the different philosophy of life. The interior design of residence has evolved from stylized to personalized, from distinctive to blending.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 1

Across large-sized foyer, red defines artistic enthusiasm of the space. Geometric golden sculpture, with its vintage grandeur, intertwines with the red, like melodies that reverberate throughout the space.
Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 2
In the living room, striking ceiling extends top of the space. Horizontal and vertical metal rods are interspersed, and the top module is constructed. The rods also integrate spotlights into overall illumination. The geometric composition makes the ceiling as light as if suspending in the air.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 3

Furnishings with metallic luster echo with the ceiling in terms of material. The light filters in through windows. The breeze caresses one’s cheeks. Whether sitting alone or gathering with friends, it offers free and eased enjoyment.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 4

The foyer separates dining room from living room. Openness of modern design is conveyed through the concept of spatial circulation. Each exclusive area has its own function. The red and the gold create exquisiteness and grandeur of the villa.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 5

Art comes from life, and life is a part of art. Artworks can add fun to space. In the dining room, black and white materials form the space background in a minimalist way. Exquisite edge of stainless bronze highlights a slim outline. On the wall, a large-scale painting seems like dispersed rouge, enhancing a sense of dynamic elegance.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 6

Red sets the tone in leisure room, running through furniture to artistic ornaments, which grab visitors’ eyes with exquisite edges and corners. Black marble & bronze side table and other dark-toned furniture are in balance with the red, realizing a perfect color-matching.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 7

On the second floor, oversized master bedroom allows a more diversified space combination, along with a new lifestyle. Horizontal dividing lines match the human scale. Materials in different depth of warm brown and orange enrich the space color. Divergent patterned carpet occupies a huge floor area with a cohesive centripetal force pointing to the bed, which adds a bit of stylish & artistic atmosphere.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 8

The same large-scale study room provides its owner with any possibility of using. Copper cabinets are embedded into the wall and integrated as bookcase. Similar technique is adopted in the ceiling and the living room, creating intermittent continuation with sculptural frames.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 9

Black stones wrap out every detail of the bathroom. Oversized mirror extends a sense of penetration, which enlarges the visual space and interprets inherent luxury of modern bathroom concept.

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 10

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 11

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 12

Tianjin Binhai Bay Fortune Center Villa 13

Subscribe to our newsletter

Mohr Life Resort: The Theatrical Spa by NOA Network of Architecture

noa* (network of architecture) takes the stage with its latest project: a wellness area devised as a theatre with numerous different interpretations of the available space. A new, fresh take on the traditional Spa concept.

Old Edwardian House Renovation Project in Toronto with a Modern Twist

This 1912 rowhouse had fallen into disrepair by the time it was purchased. We sought to turn the dilapidated Edwardian into our home and studio. Having been in the hands of one family since its initial construction, we were sensitive to maintain the building’s presence on the street while also infusing our personalities into the new space.

Casa Sierra Fria / Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados

Casa Sierra Fria is a house located in a residential neighborhood in Mexico City. As the majority of the sites in this neighborhood have regular constructions on three of their four sides, the architectural concept began to explore the idea of the site ...

Buckeye House / Paul Lamb Architects

Austin-based Paul Lamb Architects have designed Buckeye House, a two-storey private residence located in Buckeye, Texas, US. The interior design was conceived by McAlpine...

Kern Residence – Seaside Retreat by Modal Design

Kern Residence was completed by architect Daniel Monti from Modal Design Studio. The interior design was conceived by Jamie Bush + Co. This project...

Recommended Stories