Interior Design Project Info
Design concept: Scandinavian design
A house located in Muar, Johor. We always believe the word of ‘trust’ make the interior design. From the 100% trust we come out a house where Owner called it ‘dream home’. In house, we use the red brick wall in front of facade and garden side to create the icon and this is why we name it ‘The brick’s house’. A lot of people ask us, is this industrial design, as you see, this is ‘No’. Using red brick no mean it is a style of industrial design. Red bricks is the material that we choose to use as the icon of the house and the outcome of red bricks in this house is perfectly match with the style Scandinavian design. Scandinavian design represents a design philosophy that’s characterized by functionality, simplicity, and clean lines. According to its design principles, one should be in harmony with the Owner environment, and things should be made to last rather than be replaced. The term “Scandinavian design” is to improve daily life. To accomplish that, designers focused on interior design style with furniture, lighting, textiles, accessories, and everyday utilitarian items like dishes, silverware, cooking utensils and linens. In Scandinavian interiors, there’s always a strong relationship between design elements and nature. It’s often seen in the stark contrast between abstract and natural shapes, as well as hard and soft surfaces and materials. Natural materials like stone, wood, leather and hemp are used sparingly in most home interiors.