The Nature Inspired Cape Mansions Project by PplusP Designers is a natural, modern minimalist mansion located in Hong Kong, China focusing on natural and recycled materials.
Welcome to our gallery featuring a nature inspired Cape Mansions Home by PplusP Designers in Hong Kong.
Recycled materials played a large role when sourcing the material for this home, with much of the furniture being crafted with this specific location in mind. This is especially evident in the living and dining areas, where both the table and dining chairs have been hand crafted from locally sourced materials, adding to the Arcadian quality of the home. Floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors give the viewer a breathtaking view of the surrounding coastline.
Exposed blockwood in the kitchen and a sliding doorway made of rich, stained wood add a rustic quality to the space while the ebony tile-work of the floor adds just the right amount of contrast.
A structural motif repeated in most rooms is the use of concrete on the walls. This unifying element is particularly obvious in the transition from the living room to the dining room.
As you move into the back of the house and into the bedroom, you begin to notice a more modern minimalist approach to the design, bringing to mind the clean lines of modern Scandinavian architecture. The private room is a prime example of this approach. The shelves along the wall are empty and a contemporary style light fixture hangs over the desktop.
In the end, the scenic views are the center of attention of this gorgeous ocean-side mansion. We hope you enjoy the spectacular design of PplusP Designers.
Looking into the dining area, the natural wood tones take the spotlight. The overhanging light, tabletop, and wood floors add to the sense of depth within the room.
While this kitchen space is small, it makes up for its size in its utilitarian nature. A professional-grade oven, complete with an hood for ventilation, is complemented by the steel tones of the surrounding walls.
This closet space is a prime example of the wood themes found throughout the house. Opting for a more natural look, the decorative cage stand retains its limb shape.
The study features an enchanting view of the cape. Opting to utilize a minimalist approach to this room, there’s a sense of calm and the focus is steered out and over the water.
Not only is the bed frame of wood construction, but the wicker baskets in the corner and the chest, acting as a bed stand, are as well. The far wall is finished with cement to resemble a stucco-like quality.
Here we see the master bedroom, separated by a linen pull curtain. The obviously weathered ladder propped on the far wall adds an inviting but worn feel to the room.
Here we see the shower space, which showcases an intricate display of tilework. The sink basin is encased in concrete, fitting the aesthetic of the room.
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