Month: August 2016

RR Design: Ilusi Putih

Klinik Kent yang terletak di kawasan Medan Ipoh Bestari menyediakan sebuah ruang untuk rawatan yang direka dalam warna utama putih dan berkonsep moden kontemporari bagi mencipta suasana tenang penuh kedamaian kepada sesiapa yang datang untuk menerima rawatan di sini.

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Dari jarak jauh lagi sudah kelihatan papan tanda Klinik Kent jelas untuk mengalukan pesakitnya. Barangkali kita mengandaikan ia seperti klinik biasa lain jika hanya diberitahu ia sebuah klinik dicat putih. Tapi sebaik kaki melangkah masuk ke ruang dalam, ternyata berbeza dan ruang dalamannya cukup selesa. Malah ruang dalaman yang rapi sudah boleh diimbas dari luar lagi melalui dinding kaca yang digunakan sepenuhnya di hadapan fasad binaan.

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Kaunter pendaftaran yang menghadap pintu masuk masuk menerima suntikan kontemporari. Putih bersih, dengan rekaan lekuk dan garis kreatif  bersama reka letak sumber pencahayaan yang mengagumkan. Berhadapanya berdekatan penjuru, sebuah kerusi  kemasan kulit berwarna putih disediakan untuk ruang menunggu. Namun begitu ruang menunggu utama terletak tidak jauh darinya. Bangku panjang direka dari bahan berasaskan kulit dan bewarna coklat pula  ditempatkan bersandar pada dinding dan berhadapan pintu masuk bilik rawatan peribadi. Di sisinya pula, satu rak kecil dengan paparan pelbagai hiasan berwarna warni menyuntik vibe ceria.

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Setiap satu bilik rawatan terdapat peribadi ingeris menarik dihias sama. Apabila warna off-white pada keseluruhan dinding bergabung bersama warna coklat  pada lantai kayu lamina, ia menjadi kombinasi mewujudkan sebuah ruang harmoni dan selesa.

Selanjutnya: RR Design: Adukan Gaya Ruang Kerja

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RR Destinasi: Hotel De ART

Dari perkarangan lobi, kota kecil Paris nampak hidup dalam paparan lukisan 3Dimensi. Sofa empuk berona tanah menjadi pelengkap gaya eksklusif di bahagian hadapan ini. Apa yang mengujakan di dalam hotel ini untuk diteroka?

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Ibarat masuk ke dalam dunia imaginasi, Hotel de Art yang terletak di Jalan Nelayan 19/D seksyen 19 Shah Alam menawarkan ruang penginapan yang mempunyai keunikan lukisan 3 Dimensi melatari bilik. 33 bilik inapan digarap bak jalan cerita animasi berbeza. Antaranya The Horse & The Barn, Swimming with Dolphin, Hedwig’s Letter, Harry’s Car, Star Dust, Leaning Tiwer of Pisa, The Snails Trail, A Night in Safari dan banyak lagi. Pengunjung boleh memilih bilik mana yang disukai. Konsep asal dekorasi hotel datang dari idea pemiliknya sendiri, Dr Jenny Liow kemudian menggunakan khidmat pelukis mural profesional bagi merealisasikan impiannya. Kebanyakan bahan deko diimport dari China.

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Bukan hanya bilik inap yang mendapat sentuhan seni, ruang koridor setiap tingkat dan lif turut memaparkan himpunan karya artis terkenal yang dimuatkan dalam bentuk bingkai gambar serta figura menyediakan tetapan latar indah untuk dipotret. Umpama bercuti di sebuah galeri 3D, tidak hairan jika hotel yang dibuka sejak November 2015 ini menggamit ramai pengunjung untuk menginap disini terutama peminat seni 3 Dimensi.

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Sama ada datang dalam kumpulan atau sendiri, Hotel de Art menawarkan beberapa kategori bilik antaranya Art Single, Art Queen, Art Twin, Art Queen Deluxe, Art King Deluxe, dan Art Family. Pasti ada satu pilihan yang sesuai untuk setiap orang! Menyediakan penginapan yang selesa, setiap bilik mempunyai kemudahan seperti pendingin hawa, rangkaian televisyen satelit, Wifi serta kelengkapan menyediakan kopi dan teh. Jangan lupa singgah di bilik sarapan aras dua nikmati hidangan berlainan menu setiap hari serta pelbagai kuih muih tradisional menyempurnakan penginapan inap di hotel butik local ini. 

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Terletak tidak jauh dari beberapa lokasi pelancongan popular seperti i-City, Kompleks Sukan Shah Alam, Extreme Park, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, Bukit Cahaya Taman Pertanian dan Wet World Shah Alam. Tidak ketinggalan lambakan kompleks membeli belah tidak dari hotel seperti gedung tekstik terbesar, Jakel, Kompleks Ole-Ole, SACC Mall, Plaza Alam Sentral, Pusat Konvensyen IDCC dan banyak lagi.

Jika berkunjung ke sini, jangan lupa lensa kamera untuk abadikan kenangan manis!

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Homemakeover: Designer Ideas

Artful pieces and design techniques can breathe new life into what was once an unsatisfying interior, turning drab homes into fabulous living spaces. In this feature, take a look at these five homes in four different locations.

From Basic To Fantastic
Location: Puchong, Malaysia | Type: 2,500 sqft double-storey corner terrace unitHome-makeover-gdy Home-makeover-gdy-1

This 2,500 sqft terrace house in Puchong was given an interesting uplift using a fusion of locally-sourced materials and contemporary details. The designer imbued the home’s basic layout with a strong but cohesive palette where grey against dusty whites take the lead, followed by brick and stone. To make the design concept stronger, custom made feature walls were strategically integrated into key areas.

Homes with conventional floor plans are the perfect canvas for easy makeovers. If you would like to give your basic home a more expensive look, consider using a palette of trendy tones and raw materials.

Designed by | GDY Design & Construction Sdn. Bhd.

Renewal By Removal
Location: Mtaileb, Lebanon | Type: Apartment
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For this apartment makeover project, Beirut-based interior architecture studio ROHD (Roland Helou Design) was tasked to revive the unit from its poor structure and selection of furniture, and to replace it with assertive elegance. To turn the dreary interior around, ROHD first cleared off the space by removing superfluous elements and then moved on to use signature innovative techniques such as having the bar annexed to a dining table and making a showpiece out of the chimney wall while keeping everything minimal.

A minimalist approach can effectively transform homes that are meagre in terms of spatial quality. Where everything was once mismatched or terribly put together, the art of eliminating non-essentials can refresh a space immediately.

Designed by | Roland Helou Design

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Bolder And Better
Location: London, United Kingdom | Type: Apartment
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Formerly a Buick car showroom in 1930s, this apartment building in Mayfair was refurbished in 2015 by Eric Parry Architects with Studio Mackereth appointed as Interior Designer and Creative Director for each of the apartments and the lobby. “The client’s brief was to make a brave step away from the usual bland beige formulaic interiors of most speculative residential property developments. In response, our approach was to create luxurious apartment interiors that epitomize Modern Mayfair: bold colourful spaces that flow, settings that are dramatic without being overly formal, effortlessly stylish and unashamedly contemporary homes, ” says the architect.

If there’s little you can do to change the layout of your home spaces, focus on replacing your furniture, soft furnishing and other moveable pieces. This works well for homeowners who don’t like built-ins. Bold standalone furniture like a bright yellow designer chair or colourful rugs can really brighten up an old room instantly.

Designed by | Studio Mackereth

Old Meets New  
Montreal, Canada | Type: 1,100 sqft row house
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Nestled steps away from Montreal’s Lachine Canal, the newly renovated 1,100 sqft row house  currently serves as residence and design studio for designers Mark Fekete and Viviana de Loera. Originally built in 1880, the building’s exposed structure supports a whimsical integration of traditional industrial materials with clever and efficient design. As in their previous work, sustainability continues to guide Mark+Vivi’s design efforts. Rather than shipping construction waste off to landfill, demolished framing and floor boards find new life as rugged yet tasteful furniture, cabinets, and counter tops.

There’s no need to toss away everything when you renovate your home. If there’s something that still works for your new design, use it. For example,  steel columns and beams can be added to support existing timber frame structures. Elements like these when left exposed and given a new shade of paint, can gracefully compliment your new interior spaces.

Designed by | Mark+Vivi

Brand New Shine
Location: Selangor, Malaysia | Type: 14,000 sqft bungalow Home-makeover-design-spirit Home-makeover-design-spirit-1

In this bungalow spanning 14,000 sqft, a vibrant contemporary treatment was employed to bring the new design and existing structures together as a cohesive whole. Designed by Chanel Lim and Gary Lim of Design Spirits, reflective surfaces and custom lighting were generously infused into the key concept of the design to energize the spaces. In the living room, sleek materials along with designer furniture enhance the ambience, while ceiling details further complement the overall look.

Don’t underestimate the power of lighting – it’s a potent home transformation feature that can effectively create a brand new ambience, especially if it’s a large scale space. Combine that with glossy surfaces and sleek surfaces for an instant sense of polished glam in your home.

Designed by | Design Spirits Sdn Bhd

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The Retrospective Collection

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Kelly Hoppen MBE has collaborated with Resource Decor to launch her luxury furniture collection, celebrating 40 years in design. The collection is the epitome of Kelly, inspired by her life, travels, antiques and sensational London home. Featuring 100 pieces, the collection consists of sumptuous velvets, rich leathers and linens, which add depth, sensuality and elegance to any space. The striking range of modern and vintage designs features her signature neutral colour scheme with touches of rust orange, khaki and pastel pink. Featured metal finishes include rose gold, nickel, bronze, brass and stainless steel with smoked glass, wood and coloured lacquers to create a high fashion point of view which pervades the whole collection.

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