Taiwan | 2021
The owner likes the wood material but needs to bring a sense of luxury, so we use the wood veneer of the fence and the marble, leather furniture, metal and mirror to achieve the effect. The ceiling is framed with mirror beams, and the foyer is designed with a walk-in shoe cabinet and a rotating TV stand in the master bedroom. The living room, dining room and center island bar are designed as an open area, while the dining table and desk reading area behind the dining table is dominated by books and ornaments to present the multifunctional use of the dining table. The master bedroom is separated by a suspended rotating TV stand so that it can be viewed from the bed or the opposite couch. We communicate fully with the manufacturer and make a trial product to ensure that there are no mistakes in the construction. The main focus was on humanistic and comfortable selection, with leather furniture, black iron and wood tones to reduce the luxury design elements. This project is different from our neo-classical expertise, and we adopt a modern approach to design and discuss the direction of materials. Regular vertical lines match the geometric pattern of the floor, enlarging the entrance space and using stainless steel mirrors to reflect the warmth of the sun into the opening. The master bedroom is framed by contrasting lines to create a rational box that encompasses the sensual warmth of daily sleep. The multiplicity of materials, cold marble, warm wood, and soft leather pile up the layers of space, combining Jane Austin's sensibility with the rationality of modern architecture.
Retails, Shops, Department Stores & Mall (NEW)
Guo Guang Yi Ye Design Group