This amazing club lounge interior created by Design Spirits in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. The designer, Yuhkichi Kawai and Akiko Orii created an luxury and elegant atmosphere in Lot 10 shopping center rooftop Rootz. In the lighting system, the architects collaborated with Kazuhiko Suzuki from muse-D Inc, so looks elegant and dynamic.
From The Designer.
“There was a demand to regain the youth who left it by I resembled the roof of the shopping center newly, and making a club lounge. I thought vaguely if I said that I danced, there was the certain figure from old days whether in the East or in the West to dance together in the grand hall of the palace. Also I seemed to match this thought in the times of the gorgeous trend in now days. The plan was adopted soon, so I negotiated patiently with the palace of various countries and took permission in the copyright from the Russian palace at long last and went out with a photographer from Japan and had it take a photograph. I edit it and print it on form to fit a new skeleton as wall paper. Furthermore, I printed it on an organza and I hung it in front of the wall paper to make double layers and represent a ghost phenomenon. I wanted to settle it for palace with rigid materials, but I didn’t. I considered that it should be redecorated easily like repaper wall paper from the business face which is said to be short cycle club. I edited it not restoring the palace of the Middle Ages precisely and not to become artificial so that dimensions only encountered accurate. Then, I thought to create a bright illuminated club against the dark black club. The reason why I thought is that I feel in doubt and feel in corner cutting against the club which has dark illumination and paints both wall and the ceiling black to not realize. In the case of this project, the first idea and the negotiations of the copyright were going to be main of my work, and it was rare that I did so-called “design”.” – Photos by Zainudin & Toshihide Kajiwara