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Hidden away in South-East China, lies the minimalist’s dream space: ‘Returning Hut’ designed by Xu Fu-Min. Reminiscent of our recent interiors tour intended to get the creative juices flowing, this particular home was inspired by creating a peaceful retreat away from the busy city lifestyle. With design intentions focusing on a ‘pure’ and ‘humble’ approach, there’s no denying this home lives up to it’s expectations.

Highlighting the use of natural materials in both the finishings and furnishings, the home is considered to mirror the relationship between nature and humans, embodying a space where both seamlessly co-exist. A drool-worthy space to say the least, an escape from city life doesn’t sound so bad after all…

Xu Fu-Min  .  FM.X Interior Design Co  .  Wu Yong-Chang  .  Pinterest  .  Tumblr

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