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Asian design takes its cue from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and other Eastern cultures. Asian home decor often includes interiors with Zen-like spaces for relaxation, feng shui furniture arrangements, Asian-style bedding, lacquered boxes and silk chinoiserie wallpaper. Needless to say, this style varies greatly. A room could hint at an Eastern influence with a Buddha sculpture and prayer beads, or completely re-create the feel of a traditional Asian house. Asian furniture and accessories, such as tatami mats, futons, tansu-style cabinets and shoji screens create a Japanese aesthetic, while red lacquer, foo dogs and paper lanterns add Chinese style.
VietPhu Design Construction Corporation
Residence House in An Phu-An Khanh ,District 2,HCMC,VIETNAM
Ideabooks12,010
Questions1
Designed by Architect Ha Thi Xuan Anh. Tel : 0 903 340 140
“step stones in/on top of water - allowing contact & interaction” — magsomm
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks3,839
Questions1
The location and placement of the Japanese Tea House is very specific and was based on mathematical, metaphysical and spiritual principles. This Tea House is an artistic version of an authentic style Tea House. It is meant to be a one of a kind art piece and yet has the functional capability of holding a traditional Tea ceremony. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
“Zen” — taylot12
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks828
Questions1
Front double door entrance to Japanese Tea House. Photo displays a wood front porch with a reclaimed sandstone in the middle. The building is constructed with 8 different kinds of wood. The Japanese-style roof is constructed from copper and contains 4 skylight windows. Photo Credits: Dan Drobnick
“The Drobnicks live in the restored cottage about eight months each year. At other times it and groun” — cecimo
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Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks602
Questions0
Photo shows the interior of the Japanese Tea House. The four skylights have hand carved overlay screens. The open ceiling shows the beauty of the design. The structure is very sustainable in that the building can be left to age naturally or oiled every few years to retain the wood color. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
“Notice the use of carved wood dividers on ceiling! For clients who choose a teahouse of their own, D” — cecimo
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
1 Cheng Soon Lane
Ideabooks2,752
Questions0
Chee Keong Photography
“Bassin” — Silene Hoiry
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks26,332
Questions9
“North corner of East garden? Adjacent to deck with bar?” — sophmaz
Leicht Küchen AG
5 Reviews
Residential building | Keng-Fu Lo | Taiwan
Ideabooks177
Questions0
LEICHT Küchen: http://www.leicht.com/en/references/abroad/project-kaohsiung-city-taiwan/ Keng-Fu Lo: Architect
“alles” — Sven Damaschke
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
6 Reviews
Japanese Modern
Ideabooks40,508
Questions11
“Bathroom” — Ruvini Abeysinghe
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Loudoun County Design Build Firm
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Asian design takes its cue from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and other Eastern cultures. Asian home decor often includes interiors with Zen-like spaces for relaxation, feng shui furniture arrangements, Asian-style bedding, lacquered boxes and silk chinoiserie wallpaper. Needless to say, this style varies greatly. A room could hint at an Eastern influence with a Buddha sculpture and prayer beads, or completely re-create the feel of a traditional Asian house. Asian furniture and accessories, such as tatami mats, futons, tansu-style cabinets and shoji screens create a Japanese aesthetic, while red lacquer, foo dogs and paper lanterns add Chinese style.
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