A Scandi+industrial Experience for ROOMA
Code Red Studio was engaged by the creators of Rooma to design their pilot project, a homestay in the neighbourhood of The Enclave, Ipoh. The client’s brief was very simple. She prefers a Scandinavian style and demands a cosy and relaxing yet stylish holiday home for her customers. Scandinavian design is centred on warm functionality, clean lines, flawless craftsmanship, and understated elegance. Light takes a very important role and the majority of Scandinavian-styled homes are often characterised by the use of earthy tones, white walls, natural materials, and minimal ornamentation. By mixing in some influence from industrial styles in the form of cement render wall and steel work on shelving and wardrobes, the design creates an interesting contrast yet well-balanced visual effect. A low maintenance landscape for better upkeep was one of the requirements from the client. A Zen style design revolving around tropical plants was introduced with chipping stones, leopard trees, and some smaller plants incorporated into the outdoor areas. As the design of Rooma neared completion, the client and the designer saw an opportunity to add an artistic vibe to the interior spaces of the home as well as reflect the designer’s desire to travel to match the idea of a holiday home. The designer, Raynce Tan features his finest photographs from his travels in the different sections of the house, thoughtfully curated to showcase a range of destinations. Now, Rooma is part art exhibit, part designer home, and in every way a place for a unique staying experience. If you were to visit Ipoh, feel free to stay here https://web.facebook.com/hellorooma/show more
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