A Love Letter
“They know that this century is crazy, inhuman, and corrupt, but still, they remain disciplined, gentle, and immaculate.”
Love Letter to Jean-Paul Sartre. Sagan.
"These words are dedicated to the lady of this house. She is disciplined, gentle, and firmly decisive."
They say that architecture is like an open book that portrays the aspirations of a city. In terms of space, it is more like an eloquent prose poem that evokes the ultimate longing for a state of life.
The Poetry of Life
To create a sense of ritual in life, we must achieve a brilliant interpretation of every little detail.
In this project, the design parts away from the traditional entryway concept to make the most of an open counter layout. The creativity of the chief designer Wang Rui delivers a ritualistic sense of homecoming that celebrates life to the fullest.
How to describe such a unique sense of ritual? In this case, the designer works as a modern poet, taking inspiration from "One Night in Florence", a poem written by Xu Zhimo. The artist is a courageous soul that touches the essence of life by maintaining a disposition towards passion and wonder. His work is a bridge between human emotion and the material world, focusing on the elegant beauty of everyday life.
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