Get inspired Studiohoon and their stunning minimalist interior design projects.
Although Studiohoon was created only in 2018 their amazing minimalist projects are already known worldwide. Here we will not only present you this studio but also the carrier of this young interior designer. You will also see some of the projects that make the studio be one of the best design studios in South Korea.
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South Korea is one more country known by its minimalist style and now they have one more amazing studio, the StudioHoon.
Kyounghun Lee is the founder of StudioHoon. Kyounghun is an interior designer who was educated in South Korea(Kyunghee Univ.), Italy(IED) and UK(RCA). He is also a registered artist at the Changdong Residency of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art(MMCA), Korea.
In this industrial project, the artist uses the minimalist style with the plants and the clean space but also add a modern touch achieved by using grey marble. The black suspension lamps provide to this space the simplicity under this type of projects. Despite work mostly in South Korea, “love to work with international projects” Kyounghun says.
Now we will show you some images from different projects from this studio and explain to you why it is a minimalist project. First of all, you need to know that the minimalist style excludes calming colors and simples, relaxed living.
For example, in this project named “Blanc“, it’s clearly the use of neutral colors. These spaces rely on a monochromatic palette, but if you’d like your interiors to feel a bit less stark, feel free to branch out into warmer shades. In this style, the wood is one of the most used materials.
Aesop Cafe is another project of this amazing interior designer, so we learned the principle of spaces. In fact, they are a critical component of the room’s success. Spaces this simple have a tendency to look unfinished on their own. The addition of a few, well-placed accessories act as a finishing touch that pulls the room together.
Amazing projects from one of the best design studios in South Korea, don’t you think?
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