Fusion Design draws nutrients from the connotation of Chinese culture, adds a lot of time attributes and emotional elements to the space, and creates a pleasant world for the owner that combines the seclusion of mountains and forests and the freedom of a secular life.
The entry is directly connected to the bar, and extends inward to form an island table and dining table, leaving space for members to taste food and write calligraphy. The kitchen is hidden behind a long table, and the space is divided by glass sliding doors. The mirrored cabinet directly opposite not only satisfies daily storage, but also expands the entire space horizontally in terms of vision.
The ceiling of the living room space is raised upwards, and the slightly higher ceiling forms a natural space division. The space is dominated by cement white, with a unique coating of micro-cement, a pure white sofa with cotton texture and a cream white table lamp, forming a rich color hierarchy.
The bedroom is square and open, fully considering the stretch of the human body. The large bed in the center is covered with the same texture as the sofa, giving people a soft touch and a deep sleep experience.