Nature and modern design meet in the stunning Deep in Nature home by PplusP Designers. It's filled with natural textures and beautiful ocean views. Features an outstanding double kitchen.
Welcome to the Deep in Nature project by PplusP Designers.
PplusP Design is an up and coming design firm based out of Hong Kong. They specialize in many different aspects of design with the goal of providing a wider range of design possibilities for multiple industries such as corporate design, hotel, retail, restaurants, and art installation.
This breathtaking home features stunning uses of the textures and organic lines found in nature. Filled to the brim with natural materials utilized well to form an open and conscientious floor plan.
Integrating many different material into a space can be challenging but these designers stepped up to the plate and delivered. From wood, to stone, to gravel, to glass, each surface flows seamless with each other to create a cohesive and comfortable home.
Warm, neutral tones cover every surface while custom wall art brings organic textures into every room.
One of the eye-catching features, and best examples of the designer’s abilities, is the use of storage-turned-art in the dining room. Shelving units give the illusion of tree trunks growing into angular wooden branches that spread across the ceiling and “bear fruit” in the form of pendant lights over the table.
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The foyer features stone walls and flooring, meant to mimic layers of sedimentary rock, an eye-catching piece of wall art, and lamps by Catellani & Smith designed to cast natural-looking shadows.
The foyer leads into the open dining/living room area. The dining room boasts an extendable 9 foot table with beautiful Catellani & Smith pendant lights suspended over it.
The key feature of the dining room is the storage. Each unit is meant to mimic the appearance of tree trunks which then flow up into the branches the spread across the ceiling.
The dining room and living room are divided by 13 oak veneered fins, curved to match the floor design. This offers privacy while also allowing ventilation to flow uninhibited through the two rooms.
The living room holds designer charm while maintaining discreet functionality. The large, custom wall art slides to reveal a large screen TV and the ventilated cupboards underneath hide the components.
Off the living room is an extended balcony featuring wooden paneled floors and a small rock garden overlooking stunning views of the ocean beyond. The art on the wall was created using small, unevenly textured cubes of wood to add dimension to the white walls.
The house boasts two full kitchens; one of a more open style for Western cooking and entertaining and a smaller enclosed kitchen for Asian style cooking. The solid oak table is meant to counter the high-gloss finish of the kitchen counters.
A short corridor away from the dining and living rooms is a multi-purpose room in brighter shades. It has a raised tatami-styled floor and a built in desk that runs the length of one wall. The bookshelf’s unusual angles add to the playfulness of the room.
The guest room is outfitted in a simple black and white color scheme and utilizes a set of organic curves, mimicking the flow of air, drawing the eye to the view of the ocean outside the large windows.
The primary bedroom features a bathroom that opens directly into the sleeping area. A bit of privacy is offered by the marble vanity, while the stone finish on the bathroom wall adds a natural touch.
The wall opposite the bed in the primary bedroom uses wood tiling, cross sections of trees, and a blackboard to add more texture and interest to the neutral colored room.
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