Roco Life House

by Simon Yuen on Feb 18, 2016 in Interiors
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Chinese designer Lin Kaixin has recently completed the interior of Roco Life House in Fuzhou  

Designer Lin Kaixin and his team have completed a project in Fuzhou, China that showcases harmonious living.

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Roco Life House consists of four areas: a retail zone, a multi-purpose function area, a restaurant and a library. Lin’s design approach is to embrace diversity and break the boundaries of different styles. Also, the design team has put plants and books in every corner, conveying the message of delicate and spiritual lifestyle.

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The project was completed in a period of one month only, but the design did not compromise on quality. Two sides of Roco Life House are made of glass, allowing customers both outside the shopping mall and at the same floor to get a glimpse of the internal space. Also, original architectural columns are preserved and painted in blue and white, for decoration and to create a more visually appealing space.

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“Roco Life House is not yet finished actually. The owner may put in more products in future and I believe that this will make the place even better,” says Lin.



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