T.K CHU style completes HEAVENLY ‘OPUS ONE’ penthouse
with its panoramic sky views, exquisite marble surfaces, and plush designer objects, you’d be forgiven for mistaking this dreamy penthouse in hangzhou for heaven. in fact, the lavish 430 sqm home on the 34th flooring was understood for mere mortals by luxury inside specialists T.K CHU design.
the transient was to generate a multigenerational household that represents the best residing expectations of ‘OPUS ONE’, the title of the household/business sophisticated. in response, the designers took inspiration from the project’s sky-higher elevation to make an indoor ‘cloudscape’ articulated by gentle shades and a enjoyable, playful atmosphere.
images by di zhu
the flooring prepare is split evenly involving public and non-public zones. the community software comprises an entrance house, lounge, household home, study space, and a palatial open up program kitchen, dining and residing room, where the relatives enjoys meals and parties with buddies.
the non-public 50 % of the plan has all the bedrooms. to keep away from any disturbance triggered by the generations’ distinct lifestyles, T.K CHU prepared the grandparents’ suite at a distance from the children’s bed room and the parents’ grasp suite. around fifty percent of the master suite is reserved for a bathroom and wander-in closet, responding to the needs of the client’s classy way of lifestyle.
designer objects consist of a sculpture by tengfei yang and a vase by jamie hayon
in addition to the cloudscape idea, which offers the place its light and airy aesthetic, the penthouse of OPUS A person is formed by the theme of ‘kidult’, which T.K CHU describes as ‘an recognition of the pleasure of lifestyle and the innocence of perpetual creation’. objects and artwork have been selected dependent on this concept. an art piece named ‘act like a child’ sits at the entrance. it’s shaped like a child included with clouds and was specially developed by T.K CHU to convey the thought of independence, naturalism, and ‘kidultism’.
a sculpture by tengfei yang stands by the window, next to which is a fluffy smiling chair developed by T.K household — T.K CHU’s sister company — named ‘grinning & silver tooth’ that faces a vase by jamie hayon. the dining table and chairs by T.K household sit underneath a lotus-leaf-shaped ceiling lamp to create a dramatic dining working experience. on the table is a clown-shaped corkscrew, a masterpiece of alessandro mendini. it decorates the eating desk and echoes the circus-themed flooring lamp and decanter by tom dixon.
the research space capabilities a sculptural marble desk
much more playful pieces by T.K household consist of the chairs and sofa in the research space from a sequence identified as ‘gleeful dimples’. there’s also the ‘smile :p’ series, which built its very first visual appearance for the penthouse. based on the loved ones tales of T.K CHU, the series is a materialization of liberal art and cost-free-imagining.
there are only two partitions in the public room. 1 is a detachable wall of corrugated glass that closes off the examine area, the other is an electrical fireplace. the latter, with white-gradient glass to evoke thick clouds, distinguishes the dwelling room from the eating home, which results in being the visual aim and sets the conceptual axis of the whole layout. when turned on, the blazing hearth enhances the stunning dawn outdoors the window.
a partition of corrugated glass can be extended to close off the analyze spot