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5. Firm: Fadd StudioThe blue-and-tan furniture lifts the look of the otherwise neutral space. The large windows let in natural light and keep the interior light, airy and welcoming.
3. A visual delightThis long room starts with a sitting area under a single-level ceiling that merges with an atrium-like space. Adding to the unconventional layout is the raised platform with a Japanese-style tea table.With ample natural light coming in from the glass windows, Fadd Studio have kept the lighting limited to a few recessed lights and ambient light for the walls. The blues and the browns of the furniture offers delicious contrast.