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The project was a fragmented spatiality; the designer combined practicality with aesthetics elements to optimize space usage and visual quality. With matching objects and materials, and irregular alignment of line work, the space has visual layers of good quality. In order to bring outdoor scenery to indoor, many transparent materials was utilized to maintain the ideal ventilation, natural light and spacious visual perception. Furthermore, the back wall to the sofa applied water-proof and scratch-proof system panels, with viewing elevation of the dining room made from woven carpet, for easy maintenance and uniqueness.COLLECTION: INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE