Taiwan | 2020
The design team is good at reinterpreting the space, reflecting the spirit of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. This project echoes the city's ocean style and the faith and spirit of the “All Blue”. The quiet space interwoven with gray and blue is compatible with all kinds of materials, rendering the changing style of the primitive and the modern and integrating the fish tank and greenery to inject freshness and vitality. Through the ingenious use of situational narrative techniques, the designers started a beautiful dialogue between the ocean and land, residence and nature. The public domain meets the needs of inhabitants in daily reading and gathering. The open design connects a smooth circulation and integrates with large-surface bookshelves and multi-seat sofas to set off the extraordinary taste and texture of life as a professor. The private domain incorporates the client's ardent expectations for their children and incorporates the growth trajectory into the design blueprint. The children's room is designed for parent-child reading; therefore, the bookcases and the long table are installed to promote parent-child interaction. The reserved guest room consists of light and blue iron wares, cabinets, and desk that form a complete function, which creates an independent space full of personality for the boys’ youth. The whole space weaves a better future through beauty and practicality.
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