Taiwan | 2020
Different from the houses with white as the vocal point and emphasize of the sense of symmetrical order, this project uses the strong blue color to create a visual focus, and use color and modeling elements to show asymmetrical changes in the details, make a static space pictures to transmit dynamic image, and follow the principle of “change in unity” to create a contrast indoor environment. Also at the same time, with a suitable lighting plan, the lamps are located in the key positions to reduce unnecessary decorative lights, and the shape of the space will also create a extraordinary atmosphere for the users. The clients requested for a distinct and personal taste of the space style, and expecting the large dark blue area in the main living space, and reveal the personality of the space. Therefore, we use simple lines to outline the whole room, variety shades of gray as the base, and then integrate different geometric shapes and appropriately give asymmetric combinations, decorate each area, bringing visual interest to the area. Although the whole project is shaped by bold and strong elements that the owner wanted, but we also consider the balance that should be experienced in a long-term residence by carefully studied the proportion of each shape and color, and sought balance and asymmetric change in the harmonious beauty. The different levels of grayscale gradations are used in the public space to achieve a calm atmosphere, while at the same time also accentuating the richness of dark blue tone. The dark blue main wall and the long strip of wall line play a role in guiding vision and circulation lines; the door is designed hidden on the façade. From the half-height sofa back wall perspective, the bedroom, the round handle; those present a warm and rich life exposure.
Chen Chong-Yi Architecture Firm
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