Using installations to create the simplistic style of the era
Divisions - Misplaced Masses
Space is created through layered levels of masses to differentiate between the functionality of the primary and secondary spaces.
Architectural concepts are brought to the interior to enrich the visual depths.
The masses appear to be misplaced in the layout of the setting, but in actuality, they adhere strictly to the long axis that runs through the space.
This way, the public and private areas are differentiated and enable an unobstructed layout within the spaces.
The simplistic style created to reflect the era signifies the multitude layers of possibility in the future.
Linearity - Flowing Time
Stainless steel material is selected for the ceiling of the living room.
The line divisions include lighting source inside,
cleverly hiding and unifying the layout of the light source.
The ordered lighting also emphasized the fluidity of the lines,
complementing the visual sensations offered by the main space.
Materials - Contrast of Form
The warmth of wood textures, the coolness of stainless steel and metals, the simplicity and stateliness of stone -
different layers of textures are used to correspond with the masses in the space.
The warmth of the different materials emphasizes the contrasting balance between the masses and the materials to create a futuristic ambiance.