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Here's a home with an even more modernized style. This delightful space is the work of Hangzhou-based designer Xiang Chen for a new project in Nanjing. This home feels bright and spacious despite its modest floor plan – it's more minimalist than the previous home, but the magic is in the details.These modern Chinese homes blend contemporary and classical elements.
The space to the right of the kitchen leaves plenty of open space for activities, while the colorful bookshelf prevents the area from looking underutilized. Those yellow planters are gorgeous!Natural materials, simple design, and fun details come together in this minimalist family home.
The collapsible table also doubles as a great place to study or read.This modern home only has 33-square-meters of floor space, yet allows plenty of privacy.

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In other homes, the television would serve as the primary source of entertainment… but any young kid would surely find the ball pit to be the main attraction in this fun-filled design.A dream home for creative children and adults alike! This LEGO-inspired interior is sure to bring back some memories.
This next home was renovated to suit the needs of a young family with two children. The owners desired open public spaces to improve family interactivity, especially between the living room and the kitchen. Alternatively, private spaces were added to provide quiet and concentration for specific tasks.Explore two luxurious homes incorporating modernist interior trends with Asian design influences.
Tailored to the needs of a delightful young couple, Made Go Design made sure to provide this interior with a wealth of comfortable details. The family room features warm and lively colors, luxurious yet practical materials, and designer furniture perfectly coordinated with the built-in elements.This designer apartment is filled with practical interior inspiration perfect for a young family.
The exterior has a modern gothic feel to it, with different levels stacked haphazardly on top of one another and jutting out in different directions. It's as if the Addams Family had to buy a new house and no turrets or widow's walks were allowed.With tons of marble and lots of furniture, this decadent design is a far cry from modern minimalism and a shout out to the me gene...
DSC_25563 Inspirational modern Taiwanese homes.

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Wide ranges of materials (cold marble, warm wood, and soft leather) stack to create layers to the space, infusing contemporary architecture’s sense with sensibility.4 outstanding designs from an asian firm. We use books to tell a story about them!
5b7641c2747437aafeae9785ad467613Modern minimalist design inspiration from China.
At 1424 square feet (132 square meters), this apartment presents a unique solution to a ceiling problem, in which there was a height difference that threw off the interior's aesthetics. To correct, the ceiling in the living area as given a beveled design, in addition to a sloping ceiling shape. This created a space that looked - and felt - longer and wider. Designed by Huang Yi Feng and Li Yuzhi, this apartment is located in the Taichung area of Taiwan and features a modern design, including a living room, dining room, kitchen, guest suite with bathroom, study, and master bedroom with bathroom.Some beautiful example of modern asian minimalism.
The first home is a four bedroom space in Taipei that measures 2562 square feet (238 square meters). The two story home is quite spacious and manages to incorporate both sleek, Asian-inspired design and a bit of playful whimsy. This tongue-in-cheek style is immediately evident in the living room where, in lieu of a coffee table, we find a few hewn tree trunks on a grassy area rug, accompanied by a lemon-esque love seat. It's the perfect place for children of any age to relax.The three homes in this post are inspiring in terms of their minimalism but also how they manage to incorporate plenty of personal...
open-two-story-houseThe mismatched minimalism of this Japanese "tree house" create a warm and welcoming haven for a happy couple.

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The furniture holds simple lines within the smooth walls that lie beyond the ornately patterned floor of the entryway.Tasteful luxury from Tienmu Shibayama, where sophisticated interiors brim with quiet quality.
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