Imagine a home… on ecstasy.
Upon entering the outrageous residence, you’d be sure to encounter a trio of gilded watchdogs guarding the psychedelic entryway, daring you, Alice, to continue venturing down the mind-bending “rabbit hole.”
Designed by Dariel Studio, this über-eccentric Beijing home seems to have been pulled straight out of a hallucinogenic realm, much like the outrageous structures dreamt up by Leo DiCaprio and crew in “Inception.”
The Shanghai-based interior design firm attributes the custom-built home’s wacky style to its owner’s equally colorful personality.
Appointed with a slew of wild (animal-shaped) furnishings and vibrant, geometric decor, the 16,146-square-foot residence—located in the hip neighborhood of Sanlitun in the city’s Chaoyang District—touts a piano-shaped loft, a zebra-striped foyer and a hexagon-laced bathroom.
Part modern day masterpiece, part kid playhouse, the one-of-a-kind outré pad is definitely not for the dull or faint of heart…
Photos and details courtesy of Curbed.