This apartment in Taiwan was a modern carcass with beige stone floors and walls.
I worked with the young clients to give depth and life to this shell by adding colour and style. We started by choosing rugs designed by William Yeoward for the dining and sitting rooms and Marni’s Candy Flower for the children’s bedroom. This then formed the inspiration for the rest of the space; we then went on to find furniture and fabrics that worked well with these colours. The sixties armchairs work particularly well with Tom Dixon’s Fora 2 rug chosen for the private sitting rooms.
The design had to be carefully matched to make sure it followed the rules of Feng Shui within the apartment. The addition of gold leaf in the cloakroom and specially designed display case for the clients' collection of Mammoth tusks helped achieve this balance.
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