Residence Bel-Air

Lead DesignerAndrew Tsui
Prize(s)Honorable Mention
Entry Description

The enormous house music reverberates throughout the room, hitting visuals flaunt across an massive projection screen and lights flash from the mirrored walls and a tropical fish tank is installed underneath stairway. This home is superior to visual art with a full enjoyment high IT and audio technology. An Eero Aarnio Bubble Chair adds a playful scene to the living room with a custom-made round carpet with a panda illustration lined with black, white and grey geometric graphic and in a stunning tattoo art design on the living room coffee table. The dining room mixes glam rock furnishings with rococo and fantasy-feel circus wrought iron ceiling mouldings; the elegant and old world castle-like black and white checkered marble along kitchen to hallway approach to the living room; a string of Tom Dixon copper pendent lights hang in the study.
Being an interior designer, Andrew Tsui is also an artist and a rock ‘n’ roll fan. These influences can be seen throughout the home, giving the space a wide-ranging of glam rock feel. Inspiration from New York’s Luna Park in Coney Island, the wonderland concepts has blended a touch of circus with a classic French style and gothic punk rock art.
Andrew’s own designs and artwork are characterized in the custom-made carpets and furniture. The master bedroom sticks to a palette of black, white and grey, more rock-chic elements come through in the bedside tables. With glass panel separates the bedroom from the sun-filled bathroom, a hot tub bubbles in one corner and customized a Chicago cityscape mosaic-tiled artwork adorns one wall. A tattoo art mosaic artwork adorns the rooftop patio; the outdoor lounge area enjoys panoramic views of the outlying island. The upshot of this state-of-the-art home, you would be excused for fantasizing you had stepped into a hot club.