With the concept of “Minimalist Design, Extreme Simplicity”
Constantly design the home of essence
Based on real life and constantly examine the small details
Naturally integrate into life in the most gentle and human way
Means, simple and without unnecessary decorations
We explore the origins of life
In order to
Design a plainer and simpler way of life for people
A simple, rustic space,
Featuring the gray linen carpet, textured fabric sofas and dark gray curtains
Creating a calm, elegant, peaceful atmosphere
Inviting people to touch, feel and discover the beauty of life
The afternoon sun is just right
Streaming into the room through the white-curtained window
As if it’s gently touched by a pair of warm hands
Pre-set tracks and dividers
Create a quiet, private study area
It is the perfect place for work and reading
As well as the warm bedroom for the parents when needed
A spacious and functional dining room that satisfies your needs
Innovatively inlaid natural wood on the wall
Adding a touch of nature and coziness to the monotonous wall
A black long dining table
Matched with blue-grey, light-grey dining chairs
A homey feeling is spreading
White, gray and natural wood tones
A calm, restrained naturalism design
Forget about the short-lived trends and personality
Practice the concept of "minimalism"
Adhere to the true meaning of a bedroom
Details tell the story of life
The pleasing combination of wood and fabrics, paper and cotton, stone and wall
Those touching surprises
All turned to the dreams and longing for a perfect home
Q: CAMERICH (famous furniture brand in China)
A: Jiang Kewen (Design Director of Ningbo DESIGNWORKS Co., Ltd. During his 12 years’ experience in the industry, he has won many design awards in the industry.)
Q: How did the apartment owner get in touch with you? What are their requirements for the interior design?
A: They are a family of three and prefer modern minimalist design. They had already had a design proposal, but were not very satisfied with that. Later, they contacted us directly after reading the project cases we shared on our WeChat account.
At that time, the client mainly had two requirements: one is to meet the daily needs of a family of three and the occasional visits by their parents; and the second requirement is that the client prefers the minimalist style, which happens to be something we are good at.
Q: How did you satisfy these requirements?
A: As their parents would stay over occasionally, so we added a mobile division plate to separate the study from the living room and create a private space that can turn into a guest room for their parents when needed. That's the best solution we can think of (laughs). And for a minimalist apartment, we designed a lot of invisible cabinets to make the room feel simpler and calmer.
Q: Does minimalism mean less stuff? How do you interpret this style?
A：Of course not. The priority is to address the basic needs. This case is inspired by Taiwanese minimalist design, which combines Japanese (wood-based decoration) and Nordic (stone-based decoration) minimalist styles. The final result has the elements of all these styles and looks sleeker.
Unlike the popular shiny decorations a few years ago, it's now more about the taste of humanity. In terms of materials, we have chosen materials with matte finishes, such as wood, soft-surface stone, fabrics, etc., which look better and feel more comfortable.
Q: In this case, why would you choose CAMERICH products?
A: Once we met the living needs of the owners, we chose products with higher quality and better design to improve the quality of life. That's why we chose CAMERICH's furniture.
Q: So, what is your design principle?
A: The priority is to meet the needs of living and then improve the quality of life from the inside out. The essence of minimalism is to return to the nature of life. This is also consistent with the concept of humanism design upheld by CAMERICH.