Asian Luxury Is Shown Off In The Wu-Jin-Zang House


Although luxury speaks the same language throughout the whole globe, the Asian luxury design distinguishes from the western influences. And the Wu-Jin-Zang House in Taipei stands as a proof. Sleek dark surfaces, with a strong tent of drama show opulent rooms. Massive furniture and a fine attention to details are the main characteristics. Sculptures and decorative objects induce the Eastern style, while the black coming as an elegant contrast, while the staircase or the office has a similar look with the Western approach.

The double height ceiling from the living room opens up the space already filled with so many elements, including two sofas, two massive chairs, a large coffee table and a fake wall incorporating the TV and hiding the dining area. Upstairs, the mirrored ceiling around the office has the same enlarging influence. Dark dramatic bedroom and bathrooms create an intimate feeling, where the diffuse light comes from the lamps that slightly lit the spaces.

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