Taiwan | 2020
The house adopts the owner’s favorite English style interior that inspired the use of classic English checks and greens as basis for the whole space. The public area inside is an open-space design with no walls built for a fluid and continuous space. The space creates excellent flexibility for the owner to establish its own unique living space with a different twist and without limitation. In addition, vintage columns, cement surface, ceramic tile, barn door and other old but warm wooden materials added along with a little industrial detail and refined lighting arrangements, the house has become an artistic space filled with creativity. The hallway uses bricks of irregular hexagons that slowly integrate the dust falling area towards open-space and keeps a large public area to engage in activities. The open-space designed with motion allows the living room, kitchen and study area to co-exist, while the bar and layered roof design solely determines the boundary of space as well as the hanging a chandelier to create a relaxing dining atmosphere. A classic brown leather sofa and decorative iron lights set the recreation area with a sense of wide and deep space. Sitting freely on the low sofa, the mesmerizing room is under a slow and relaxing tone, decorated by refined wall light and a workstation at the back. A vintage barn door separates the private and working area to complete the entire space. The private areas also adopt a low-key vintage feel into the interior design with tasteful deep blue color and steady green used for the public domains. The delicate restrooms are located on the side of the main bedroom. Under the common space concept, the sunlight streams through the window shade and into the polished space, that makes it all breathtaking. This modern design housing filled with a contradictory sense to slow your pace possesses refined lighting arrangements that depict the different changing views of night and day.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
G-Art Architecture and Interior Design
Exhibits, Pavilions & Exhibitions