Different from the traditional and nostalgic texture of rattan weaving, the architect chooses non-sophisticated rattan furniture for this mansion and uses a simple and modern design to eliminate the rigidity of the system, copper time makes the space more flexible and softer.
In order not to feel stuffy, the pure white baseboards are uniformly painted throughout to release a clear and clear height. The exposed wooden beams were intentionally included in the image of the resort bungalow on the island. Expand your visibility simply and coherently, and choose your furniture carefully.
Three light gray elements, warm wood and linen and rattan are used for the layout, such as the low-profile TV cabinet and the bedroom wardrobe built in the contour of the pattern. Hand clouds are used as doors to create good ventilation and warm lighting effects. Let the intricate items be hidden invisible, adding thick and natural heat to the house.