The case is located in an old flat with a history of more than 28 years in the Inner Lake District. To realize the homeowner’ s preferred original industrial atmosphere, designers will not only have to destroy the original seal ceiling but also polish the paint to show the original cement template and renovate again. Besides, in consideration of the user’s living habits, the master bedroom allows full sunlight penetration and the open kitchen and glass bathroom partition are preserved in the pattern to echo the concept of loft living with very "little partition" approach which simplifies, lightens and penetrates the curtain screen space as far as possible. This approach also creates and expresses the style and energy of exclusive houses with special furniture items, such as a horse head lamp, animal fur rug, black pig tea table and an old nostalgic leather-made sofa recliner.
The major feature of this case is its unique fashion, especially since different molding techniques in various fields are employed to differentiate space functions in a clever way and make one feel a strong and abundant emotional connection with it and vitality. Taking the dressing room as an example, it is shaped like a sealed wooden box which is similar to a wine warehouse. A wing-shaped desk is placed in the working area, making it have a modern vibe. Moreover, imported vintage wallpaper was applied on the kitchen wall, adding soft and warm feelings together with painted cats in the blackboard beside it.
The whole area is given a simple and brumal atmosphere, such as the refreshing vibe of the black iron pieces, silver metal pipes and cement powder lights. On the other hand, the designers combined rugged industrial elements with subtle texture temperatures using the wooden laminates, wooden and plastic floor tiles to avoid a too cold space. In addition, the designers also incorporated into the design ladders and ceiling beams for cats to run and rest happily which also gives the space an unusual layering and warm feelings.