Photography by Jonathan Danker (Ansel Media)
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Photography by Jonathan Danker (Ansel Media)6. Get in the Zen. Singapore, Right Angle Studio
Ample daylight and strategic ambient lighting work together to make this room bright and airy. Aside from the concealed lighting under the sofa and on the display shelves, there is also a continuous black ceiling channel that extends from the entryway. “The idea was to draw the attention into the living hall, so this language extends onto the wall, expressing the relation between the ceiling and the wall,” says Liu.Oak wood veneers were used throughout the space to maintain uniformity and enhance the Zen sensibility. To harmonise with the natural look, the flooring was also replaced with tiles that resemble limestone.
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In this living area type space, Opposition can be seen where the two couches come together. Opposition is a type of rhythm where lines or objects come together and "form" a right angle. They suggest an angle, and as seen here, there is no physical right angle (wall) there, but we get the idea of one through the way the couches are arranged to connect.