The project is located near the Xishan Mountain in Beijing, China. Its elegant style and detail make people feel as if they were in the landscape painting scrolls of the Song Dynasty in China thousands of years ago. Looking at their designs, they all resemble the rulers of Song Dynasty paintings, with neat composition, accurate shape, delicate, natural style, realistic and freehand brush strokes, and rich colors, highlighting the luxurious, rich and prosperous space artistic conception, and embellishing the elegant taste of literati and doctor in detail crafts.
The project is located in Baotou City, China. Baotou is the homonym of Mongolian "Baoketu", which means "where there are deer", is an important hub connecting North China and Northwest China, and also a communication hub between the nomadic culture of the northern grasslands and the farming culture of the Central Plains. The design elements absorb the essence of local Mongolian culture and embellish it. It is simple and elegant.
The project is located in Beijing, China. The interior decoration style is based on the British style, reflecting the classic Europa style, while adding some Oriental aesthetic and design strokes. The overall space stereoscopic sense is prominent, with geometric lines and European unique overlap as decoration, good color contrast, quiet and elegant, with Western traditional aesthetic atmosphere.
The project is located in Beijing, China. The interior decoration style looks like a long ink roll of Chinese paintings. Linglong, glittering, elegant and delightful, revealing a soothing and graceful Lyric brushwork, using materials and color matching and creating a delicate sense of quality, the overall space not only has the clear feeling of ink halo dye, but also has the meticulous luster of traditional Chinese silk embroidery culture.
The school is housed in a glass box that overlooks into a beautiful courtyard with old banyan trees by the main gate. The design concept was inspired by Chinese classical gardens in framing of views and borrowing of scenes. The lounge became the host of evening conversations cradled under the vault ceiling in bamboo mesh. The large area rug designed as an evocative fish pound, the long bar in an abstract shape of a boat, plus art photo panels inspired by scrolls of Chinese landscape paintings were all pulled together to create the illusion of a fairytale.
To celebrate more than 400 years of history of Quinta do Crasto, an emblematic Portuguese estate from Douro with wines recognized worldwide, Omdesign created and produced Honore Port, a special edition limited to 400 bottles of a very old tawny Port with more than 100 years, that mirrors the terraces of the Douro valley, where Quinta do Crasto stands guard. The major challenge was to develop a highly luxurious and differentiating packaging, made by the hands of Portuguese artisans, able to eternalize more than 4 centuries of history, identity and values of Quinta do Crasto.