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The quadruplets grow in a hardworking and optimistic family lack of income. They are raised up under kind help of Shanghai citizens and named after ‘Oriental Pearl’ out of gratitude. A yellow track, like a ribbon, flows through each isolated room, dispelling loneliness and connecting the family of seven closely to each other, which implies the close connection between the family and Shanghai city. Not to mind a single bed or cabinet, the main purpose is pursuit of fluency of space and transparency of sight to tight the rooms together. The design compresses and even hides rarely-used space in order to enlarge public space.
L&M DESIGN LAB