Welcome to our gallery featuring the Charming Jardine’s Outlook Project by PplusP Architecture.
PplusP (P+P) is an incredible design firm in Hong Kong. The company creates absolutely breathtaking modern designs for everyone from residential clients all the way up to corporate projects.
The Jardine’s Outlook Project is a gorgeous design created in the Elm Tree Tower of Hong Kong. This beautiful apartment is only two years old, and is full of intricate and unique details built into the walls and the furniture.
The above photo is a shot of the living room. A large aquarium is built directly in the wall, which is slitted in a very interesting manner. Though the floor is covered in a pale hardwood flooring, a large sweeping rug full of beautiful colors is centered in the communal area.
This beautiful living area is just a small glimpse into how this home design flourishes with beauty and grace.
On the far end of the featured image, you can see the angled balcony that overlooks the city from this tall tower, bringing in natural light to the home.
The design has a very open floor plan, flush with elegant furnishings. Each piece is set in a specific place for a flawless setup.
From the positioning of the coffee table to the color of the curtains, The Jardine’s Outlook home is simply and intricately magnificent.
We hope you enjoy this gallery as much as we did!
The dining room is full of natural wood work, and has a splendid view of the city. A shelf above the table holds delicate candles to offer a tranquil amber glow.
The hallway has small pointed shelves growing from the wall where various nicknacks can be held. This closeup of the wall exposes dainty geometrical shapes engraved into the brilliant white walls.
The office space has a whimsical rug full of neutral hues and shapes for a splash of color. The wooden wall has very delicate leaves drawn into it and a hidden doorway.
This natural looking bedroom has a large wooden and curved headboard that holds personalized photos. A glass wall separates the bathroom from the bedroom.
The children’s room is incredibly playful and fun. Strange colorful shapes create a shelving unit across the top of the wall, and large colored dots speckle the rug on the floor.
The bathroom is almost completely marble. The entire space is very open and polished, with a pair of vessel sinks on the lengthy vanity.
Another angle of the bathroom reveals a space for a sitting and storage. The countertop is a natural light hardwood, and there are also wooden storage spaces below the sinks.
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