Designed as a ‘glass box’, Gengbo was inspired by his travels to bring his home design to life. The Chinese designer Gengbo, design director of Studio YHDQ, designed a modern loft of 200 square meters. Gengbo thought of the concept of his home as a “glass box” where he would expose all the memories of his travels and merged with modern furniture.
On the first floor are the living room, dining room, and kitchen where there is an open design that adapts to the needs of Gengbo, who likes to receive guests in his modern home. Art is part of each of the social areas, playing a leading role in this contemporary design that steals the eyes.
Located in Chongquing, China, BOBO House was carried out over 1 year and 8 months. The original structure of this project consisted of two lofts but most of the walls were removed making the space transparent, hence the reminiscence of a glass box. On the other hand, the walls were painted in a variety of dark green tones complemented with white tones thus creating an environment where “less is more”. Certainly one of his most iconic interior design projects.
For the kitchen, Gengbo integrated black and white shelves that contrast with the green background, while a metallic island produces a sophisticated effect.
With this home design project, Gengbo demonstrates that it is not necessary to saturate textures or colors with a space to create an elegant environment, on the contrary, its careful selection of pieces helped it to build a home that reflects its personality while integrating design trends.