Taiwan | 2020
Some spaces cannot be either defined in a single style, or classified in a single group. This residential interior design exactly exemplifies this perspective. Neither can the new classical nor the modern styles elaborate this design plan. For us, the actualization of free life is the precise core value we want to convey. The L-shaped layout in this house is dissimilar to the general layouts in houses. This residential interior design project built the dual traffic flows at the entryway, the arrangement not only relocating the bathroom, also connecting the dual traffic flows individually to the public and the private areas. One of the dual traffic flows can bring people to the living room; the other to the bedrooms, dining room, and kitchen. This design idea not only shortens the traffic flows, also establishes the transitions of the circle scenes in the house. In the living room, the mirror reflecting the outdoor scene in another area combines the views from different spaces. Additionally, the dual traffic flows laid out at the entryway are smooth, and are suitable to space arrangement. There is a private meeting room in the house, where the delicate transitions of spaces are inconspicuous. The space arrangements are tidy and efficient. The stone and titanium-plated door frame decorated at the entryway manifest the grand ambience. The study room adjoining the living room is decorated with the TABU veneers, where the dark gray, as well as a bit green, is progressively embellished from the indoor space to the outdoor terrace, both of which the colors are congruous to the furniture as well. The parlor and bedroom ornamented with the lacquers, paints and steel pieces display the composed and elegant textures. That the flexible space arrangements, broad views, dual traffic flows and transitions of spaces are actualized in the interior design with the design concept of elegant quality life.
Parks & Open Space Landscape