East meets West in the Japandi interior design style, which made its debut in 2017. It’s a style that marries the pared down elegance of Japanese design with the spare modernity and functionality of Scandinavian design. The fusion works really well because of the shared aesthetics of minimalism, simplicity, functionality, love for natural materials, and a respect for craftsmanship. About the Client The Client Brief Excited to be a first-time homeowner, a busy urban professional was very clear about what she wanted for her very own nest. Her interior designer Claudine Medina said, “My client’s main requirements for her unit: a clutter-free, airy condo unit — a space where she can relax and work at the same time.” The client needed a calm environment that is conducive to work because she often works from home. To keep the clean and stress-free ambience, another requirement was to have closed storage units…