Leala Laprise. Living Room. July 24th , 2017.
Bucking the idea that ultramodern designs must be sleek, simple and angular, this tree was designed by Shanfan Huang & Huang Zhe to be the interactive electronic heart of this conceptual living space. It houses audio/visual equipment, computer, cell phone and other gadgets at the center of the room.
In some of their example settings the furniture is largely designed to blend with existing design elements and color schemes. In other cases the new furniture is intended to stand out brightly from the current design scheme and make a bold set of statements.
Falling somewhere between a UFO and a giant alien football, there is no doubt these portable rooftop pods make a strong visual statement- their additive nature is otherworldly but strangely beautiful.
The architects took out many of the walls in the ground floor area, making the space airy and open. The living room extends out into an open-air space through the use of two massive revolving doors. This is how the Voila House got its name.
Symmetry is not an element that characterizes modern interiors but, in this case, it has a comforting effect. Notice that the two sofas are facing each other and that there’s an identical pendant lamp above each one. Also, the two windows are placed symmetrically on each side of the fireplace.
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