When the combination between clear stylistics, Asian simplicity, and urban luxury comes to life, it is defiantly an occasion for celebration. The project of Taiwan-based Made Go Design is composed for a young family with small child so naturally combine the soft textures, warm colors and welcoming emanation with more industrial hints and clean simplicity of the Asian traditions in one well-balanced ambiance than provides functionality and comfort with a dash of the so modern minimalism.
The child’s room possesses a whimsical elegance and warm simplicity that are usually hard to achieve. White color base, minimal of furnishing and vitality coming from delicate decorative elements like hot air balloons or Indian tipis. Is cute and promises that in the future, with the growth of the child, the decoration can be easily changed without some major refurbishing.
Although the apartment is modestly small, it provides all the necessary functional premises thanks to the clever architectural arrangement. A wonderful example of this functional yet stylish approach is the master bedroom where the separations from the working office are a smart mid-high wall and elegant transition from the comfort: the linen textiles and soft textures of the sleeping premise; to more modernistic presence of the matt-black wall and robust furnishing.
The same bright and innovative approach the designers used when creating the living premises, the kitchen, and the dining area. Combining fashionable decorative elements: like the absolutely magnificent suspended lamp Wireflow by Arik Levy, VIBIA with well-measured luxury and quality of the materials the designers achieve not only functional but also trendy space arrangement.
Throughout the apartment, there are many small, at first, glans, object, and decorations that ultimately create the intriguing and fashionable character of the home. The replica of the antique gramophone in the study for example. Or, take a look at this absolutely delightful cloud shaped lamp that rounds up the soft sitting area. The Muffins – a creation of Dan Yeffet and Lucie Koldova, its delicate light comes from hand was blown glass, laid on an oak wood base: airy and at the same time warm and earthly.
Another fresh and delightful design in the apartment is the mini-garden premise that occupies the balcony and offers a relaxing and organic ambiance.
And how about those stylish hexagonal tiles that turn the usually boring home entrants into space that can be explored and admired. Photographs Hey!Cheese