Minimalist design follows an underestimated approach in providing maximum comfort and convenience without excessive design and clutter.
At Royal Garden spaces, objects, things- the elements of minimalist design have all been carefully considered for their form and function. Each element exist individually, yet forms part of a larger, integrated environment.
The fascination of the high Chinese pagodas, characterised by vertical sequence of horizontal lines, drove the shape of the façade.
The marked external slabs contain the haphazard position of glass boxes. The result provides a unique design distinguished from the typical shanghai residential blocks. The target was to afford the individuality of each single apartment. As per modern Italian tradition we like to call this building “Vertical Villas Tower”
All the interiors of the three typologies of apartments (six per floor) that form the tower are designed in extreme details.