The owner picked her favourite Yves Klein blue as the main theme. Beige and light grey walls are painted in the same colour scheme, yet finished with different textures to strike a balance between light reflections and warmth of colour at different times of the day and year.
The furniture and the walls read like one piece of continuous sculpture, with secret cabinets and access to rooms hidden here and there. Visitors cannot gain access to more private areas without precise instructions from the owner. The result is a house of secret places, each imbued with unique whispers and memories.
The centre of the design is a wardrobe door that separates areas with different privacy levels. The surname of the family in Chinese is incorporated abstractly into the floor pattern. It is a home that holds on to the past while also empowering the future. Physical environments necessarily inspire distinct interpretations by those who inhabit them. The very notion of occupying a building signifies discovery and adaptation.