Elegant Living | Kingkey Yu Jing Central Residence

by H DESIGN Shenzhen / China / 2017

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French fashion guru Genevieve Antoine Dariaux has smartly described how a refined and well-bred lifestyle could be shaped through terms of our life in <A Guide to Elegance>,”Elegance is harmony, similar to beauty. Simply, beauty is a gift from God, but elegance is an ideal result of art; elegance was born in the process of cultural cultivation, and grown in it as well.”


In the first place, elegance reminds us of various good-looking and graceful images created by Coco Chanel or Christian Dior. These talented women dressed exquisitely, showing great dignity with intellectual temperament and generous manner.


The designer screened and selected delicacy and refinement from the contemporary life, appropriately infusing them into the residential space. The furniture features a dark palette of color, complementing the neat and gracious surface. When sunlight comes into the interior through the screen window, there comes naturally a image that compliments ‘a peaceful time’.


In terms of luxury, trend and fashion, the designer’s got a profound interpretation to them: delicacy of detail, match of color, quality of material, integrity of classic and modernism……


Foyer at the entrance leads into the main living area, saloon and dining room were precisely different in approach but equally satisfactory in result. The same central symmetry and luxury dimension. From inside to outside, fluent lines collide and intersect here, while releasing tranquility and pleasure. A vision of ‘return and union’ comes true.


Texture of material expressed the relationship of each room as well. A richness of fine fabrics, marble table top, and leather-covered seating achieves the unique design. Qualified designers shall break out and reflect on what they’ve fulfilled continuously, while training constantly on cognition of design and insistence of idea. A high-judged work should meet the need of users as well as be placed in a balance point that highlights artistic and innovative value.


Open-window layout on both side of north and south leads to sufficient light is invited into the room. Main light source becomes unnecessary since then that spotlights and artistic lamps are occupied, which echoes the design principle of seeking ‘delicate life in modern time’. Chino vein-tinted marble, cross-grain parquet, and teakwood shelves break lonesome in the room. A strong sense of spatial level is brought out instantly and an ultimately best lifestyle is on the stage.

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    French fashion guru Genevieve Antoine Dariaux has smartly described how a refined and well-bred lifestyle could be shaped through terms of our life in <A Guide to Elegance>,”Elegance is harmony, similar to beauty. Simply, beauty is a gift from God, but elegance is an ideal result of art; elegance was born in the process of cultural cultivation, and grown in it as well.” In the first place, elegance reminds us of various good-looking and graceful images created by Coco Chanel...

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