IDPA Japan Design Award

International Design Pioneer Award
International Design Pioneer Award

Mansion Dahlia

by Xindlin (Wuhan) International Cultural Communication Co., Ltd.

Project Description

Mansion Dahlia is located in the De Lin Apartments in Wuhan, which was built in 1925. The bar not only takes its name from this building but also integrates design with the entire apartment. The interior space is dominated by retro red and postman green. Black and gold accents are scattered throughout, subtly outlining the glorious past of this museum-like old-world building. The height of the wine rack is basically flush with the ceiling, while the bar is slightly lower than most bars, further enhancing the sense of space and presenting a broad and transparent view. The geometric wine rack hides clever designs, suggesting rows of split oak barrels. The top uses Japanese burned shirt boards, corresponding to the traditional craftsmanship of oak barrels, and expressing the carbonized inner wall.

Xindlin (Wuhan) International Cultural Communication Co., Ltd.

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