With a clean
and sophisticated design in mind, Leedon Residences penthouse’s architecture
featured a largely a contemporary yet comfort-centric interior. With an
open-plan layout, each area was conceived as a unique space distinguished by
varying shades of colour and textures, but followed a largely cream and warm
grey colour scheme.
In the living room, a large work completes a blank dark wood wall, the gold and ebony colour scheme punctuating the suave energy of the large windowed interior. A work like this with its metallic accents becomes a centerpiece of the home against the woody aesthetics, and has the ability to lift the air and add vibrancy to the lavish space.
bedrooms, the light-wood installations of shelves and bedframes are paired with
a series of minimalist Chinese ink works and prints, the abstract patterns adding
an exquisite, enigmatic touch to the simplistic overall design.
non-representational forms and use of negative space, such works seem to uplift
the spirits of an area without weighing down the atmosphere or creating a sense
dining room, the dark space is lit by the large windows beside it, the
ethereal, natural lights cast over a set of warm interior lighting, and a hyper
realistic, minimalist painting by Lee Jung Woong that adorns the wall beside
the table. The landscape piece encompasses just enough space such that it
completes the room it is in without overwhelming the wall space and surrounding
areas. Almost poetically, the dark ink splatters depicted seem to concentrate
in the area opposing the bright light shed through the windows, the implied
weight to the work leading the viewer down the corridor as well.
use of space and simple composition create balance in the environment,
exemplifying how simple, minimalist works can add a great deal of depth and
completion to a home.