AB Concept is a top interior design and architectural design studio in Asia founded in 1999 by Ed Ng and Terence Ngan. AB Concept combines architectural precision with bespoke craftsmanship to create projects of enduring quality for a list of leading developers, luxury hotel companies, restaurateurs and individuals around the world. One of these contemporary interior design projects is this idyllic retreat at the Japanese hot-spring mountain resort of Karuizaw.
One of the most incredible highlights includes a collection of tables, a sofa, and stools by the Japanese-American designer George Nakashima. The contemporary living room design by AB Concept is light and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows, doors that open onto a balcony and picture windows at either end of the Japanese idyllic retreat that deliver flawlessly framed views deep into the forest.
This contemporary architecture building with a modern design is a wood-clad idyllic shelter that delivers and offers long stunning views of the mountain countryside form the living room space. With a delightfully eclectic array of modern furniture, decorative objects and art, this modern architecture and design project by AB Concept was made with high-quality.
Inside this modern interior design project, there are marvelous pieces with a contemporary design: it is possible to see Sebastian Herkner Mbrace Chairs and Corten steel fireplace from the Netherlands. All the unique design interiors are a comfortable and modern combination of old and new.
A simple staircase leads downstairs to a Japanese bathroom and three modern bedrooms.
After a concentrated and rigorous exploration, AB Concept nominated a high forested place with unhindered mountain views and working with a local architect, created a simple, modern and contemporary home and stone chalet.
Photography: Reylia Slaby