IDPA Japan Design Award

2024 International Design Pioneer Award | Japan Tokyo


by NON Design Studio, Qianwen Li & Fu Wudi

Projet Description

Let design and life coexist in "home". This project is an old house renovation project, and the coordinates are located in a small apartment of 60 square meters with two bedrooms and one living room in Guangzhou.
The overall space of the plan is made of wood color with a large area of white, and the dining room and the master bedroom are embellished with gray. The tone of nature blends with its geographical location and outdoor environment. In the design highlight, the sofa background wall uses outdoor ecological panels instead of the traditional solid wood line collage, and the doors leading to the master bedroom and study room are implicit in it. Structurally, the wall in the middle of the kitchen has a wall window according to the wall conditions. The dining room and kitchen are connected by custom-made countertops, which are constantly separated, interspersing and fusing the two spaces. The kitchen is visually connected to the living room, and the refrigerator, water heater, and microwave oven are all placed in the cabinet, which is the greatest liberation for the senses. The wall of the console is made of stainless steel, which is simple, clean and easy to take care of. The bathroom in the original building was too small and the sink was moved outside to facilitate daily use and free up more space for the bathroom; instead of using traditional brick walls, imported waterproof paint was used to replace the materials, giving people a delicate and warm feeling. In terms of soft furnishings: the combination of IKEA sofas, coffee tables, TV cabinets, German vintage floor lamps, and Thonet S64 armchairs is more like the development and inheritance of design, and is not abrupt. The overall color tone adds warm and vibrant earthy yellow fabric embellishments to the basic tone of the whole house log white and gray. The choice of cotton and linen fabrics softens the sense of structure of the space.

NON Design Studio, Qianwen Li & Fu Wudi
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