Name: Beijing Chinoiserie Villa S3
Location: Beijing
Date completed: 2015
Interior designer: David Chang

Beijing Chinoiserie Villa type S3’s interior uses simple neoclassical framework to build a spacious interior. Adding Chinese motifs and patterns as decorative details emphasises the contemporary yet traditional characteristics. Throughout the space, one can feel the true ambience and spirit of Chinese tradition.

There are a total of five floors with great consideration made to complete functional spaces and thoroughfares. Detailed space planning reflects emphasis placed on the comfort and requirements of the future villa owner. The villa represents the true meaning of bespoke design.

Multiple western and Chinese elements and decoration details are utilized in the design. These elements are shown throughout, with the Huizhou architectural arch details, the common carvings of stone pedestals that are shaped as the plum blossom, the imperial decoration of the dragon scales. The texture rich travertine stone, with its calming colour and elegant appearance, is used throughout the majority of the large area. Furthermore, combination and mixed use of leather with brass, stone and wood, provide a diverse and luxurious elegance within the space.