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Nanjing Mandarin Palace


Competition: Spark:Space
Designer: Steve Leung - Chairman
Design Type: Residential
Company / Organization / School: Steve Leung Designers Ltd.

With a six-meter high ceiling, the living room is anchored by an ink painting-like blue marble feature wall, embellished with a huge picture made by the famous French artist Christian de Laubadère. The simple designed beige sofa, Chinese-style upholstered chair and the fireplace create a vibrant visual impact on the colourful carpet, pairing with the sunlight and greenery view through the floor-to-ceiling windows, evoking a sense of vitality. A set of dark wood dining furniture with refined trimmings sits in the dining area, pairing with the Chinese-style chandeliers and silver travertine marble flooring to conjure up a sumptuous dining atmosphere. The feature wall is adorned with patterned rain flower pebbles with hand-drawn ripples, showing local characteristic and oriental beauty in a contemporary style. On the second floor, the master bedroom is topped with blue and white floral-patterned carpet, together with the thematic panel adorned with hand-drawn plant painting in blue and golden color, evoking a homey atmosphere. Through the integration of Nanjing culture, Jiangnan architectural features as well as cosmopolitan lifestyle, the designer perfectly blends the sophisticated tone of classic design with a chic contemporary touch, offering the households an ideal home of comfort and luxury.