Black and white collision, doped with gray fusion, today Zhengzhou professional office decoration design company Hong Haotang took you to visit a design studio decoration design project. The project space, whose name means "I am the universe", creates a minimalist office space for those who love design.
Office designers set the tone with the contrast of spatial textures and the combination of monochrome materials, and the walls are coated with clay mortar, a practice that also stems from traditional local hand-built techniques 400 years ago. Symmetry and exquisite black brick walls contrast with natural rough stone countertops, and office designers seek inspiration from The Historical and Cultural Roots of Ukraine, hoping to reshape the relationship between man and nature and allow them to coexist in harmony.
The different elements of the space complement each other, and in the middle of the cave-like reception area there is a stone table made of single sandstone, whose natural form is completely preserved. The delicate brick walls behind the table are the most complex elements in the space, and it gives a soft touch to the rough stone. The work area is separated by a glass partition to ensure that sunlight can shine in every corner of the room. The entrance greets people with two huge and ancient wooden pickies, called STUPA, which are 120 to 150 years old and are picked up by designers from the antique market.
The space features different vases and other objects, and the kitchen and toilet maintain a minimalist interior design style with clean and clean lines. All assistive spaces, such as storage rooms, cabinets, refrigerators, sinks, and side panels, are hidden from sight. In other spaces, a series of modern vases made of charred wood, called TREMBITA, are the same shape as Ukrainian eponymous national instruments.