As one of the earliest port cities to open to the outside world, Tianjin's architectural style has long been superimposed with many worldly cultural charms.
In this unique tone of the town locates the Blue Water Garden, whose curved facade is staggered and surrounded by water, just like syllables scattered in a waltz.
Blue is as distant as the sky and mountains. We adore blue, Immersed in blue because it pulls us and makes us yearn. The endless line of sight extends; the client's preference reveals. One who fells in love with the texture of the ocean intends to build a utopia.
Blue has always been the most original color. With shades and lights next to each other, hidden poems. Azure, cobalt, indigo, navy, and Prussian blue, the visual language carries people's various emotional and psychological states and expresses human aspirations to record, define, depict, and explore.
Space is for a family of three. The owner is an entrepreneur who works busy and tense during the day. But when he returns home, he becomes quite gentle and sweet. Therefore, nothing would be more exquisite than a deep-watery atmosphere to bring long-lasting peace for a family-centered couple.
Life is a wisdom, a philosophy, cultivation, an exploration, and design is just like life, which requires constant breakthrough, transcendence, innovation, and weaving new fantastic.
The entrance is blue, paired with gold in appropriate shades. Saturated, bright, and vibrant gold is either interspersed or stretched, walking around the corner of the room as the treble in a melody ornamenting the blue clef.
This case is the second phase of the renovation project. In terms of functional structure, to meet the customer's themes of wine tasting, fitness, and other living content, the transformation has increased up to 130 square meters compared to the original space layouts.
Southward the activity area, making it accessible to the waterfront tea area, sunbathing, and storage, which shall extend the picture of life.
Nestled small eagles, blue plum bottles, golden brackets, blue bookcases, inlaid with gold edges, and escalator rails rotating down one after another.
Design is to link something unclear to what seems almost inevitable, such as deep crickets, shallow azures, to a snowy early morning with a rain break, or as Giorgio Morandi repeatedly paints on the art-board leaving an elegant soft-focused modest Grey.
Design for life is like opening a tree hole in Alice's Wonderland, an introduction.