Taiwan | 2020
The three standing jewelry boxes like shoe cabinets are used as the screen in the foyer. The entire space of the house connects with the stone material lines horizontal to the flooring, while the lines and colors correspond to the arrangement of contemporary art, allowing different artworks to communicate with each other through the natural flow of spatial lines while further highlighting the individual characteristics. The particularly searched horizontal patterned lines of the stone materials resemble an ink painting of nature with gradated colors, which enhances spatial sentiment, layers and cultural sentiment; classic artwork collections are carefully selected to suit the space for the spatial decoration, while the furniture selection follows the lengthwise rectangular space to embellish the foreground and background of space. The lights leading to the bedroom used scattered fine lighting for embellishment, thereby enhancing vitality for space while extending the vision to the artistic end view of the corridor. The wall by the head of the bed in the master bedroom is specially designed with a light wall, not only separating space but further brightening up space with geometric lines. Imported veneer patterns with metal, glass, stone material and leather are specially chosen as the main tone for this project; veneer and leather demonstrate a natural mellowness, while the stone walls and the flooring in the public space present a lasting majestic spatial ambience, whereas the cold metal with glass present a spatial sentiment that belongs to modern exquisite craftsmanship. This project has already taken into consideration the artworks and colors suitable for the different areas since the initial phase of the design planning, and the topic for this project is combining interior design and private artwork collection as a part of everyday life, such that the direction for the design is based on artworks as the “flowers”, while the theme to the interior design as the “leaves”, the mutual compliment between flowers and leaves allows organic connection between artworks via stone materials and the natural patterns of the veneer, thereby creating the home to modern art featuring unique characteristics.
David Chang Design Associates International