Danke Launches New Design Standard With Apartment 5.0

BEIJING, Aug. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Phoenix Tree Holdings Limited ("Danke" or the "Company") (NYSE: DNK), one of the largest co-living platforms in China with the fastest growth, introduced Danke Apartment 5.0, a new set of standardized interior design styles for its apartments that offer a more refined, stylish, functional, comfortable, safe, and eco-friendly living environment for residents.
Danke Launches New Design Standard With Apartment 5.0
With the goal of providing a better home for each resident, new Danke apartments will follow the upgraded designs in terms of layout, furniture colors, and other interior details to meet the needs of residents for functionality, comfort, safety, and personalization. By incorporating suggestions collected from Danke residents, and continuing the characteristics of past design styles, Danke Apartment 5.0 provides six different interior design styles to offer residents more stylish and comfortable apartments. In terms of color, Danke Apartment 5.0 adopts the Morandi color palette in six subdued and muted color scheme options. The Morandi color palette originated with Italian painter Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964), who was famous for his still life paintings in subtle tonal colors. Danke selects different wallpaper colors to match the orientation of each apartment, to provide balanced and consistent lighting in every room, and to create a comfortable and calming space. For furniture and decorations, all items are chosen with the wall color palette in mind, to create a harmonious interior design.Danke's pursuit of living quality focuses on functionality. Addressing requests for larger storage space raised by residents in their feedback, the Danke Apartment 5.0 series incorporates many practical designs to maximize space. For example, the new design aims to create more storage space in bedrooms by adding additional shelves above wardrobes and desks. There is also a shared two-tier storage rack in the living room, to both rationally divide the common area and to meet each resident's storage needs in shared spaces. Moreover, grey curtains in bedrooms block external light and ensure a good night's sleep for residents.
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