Taiwan | 2019
KEVIN CHU INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO
The proprietor of this residential spatial planning design project is returning to Taiwan after spending a long time residing overseas, and hopes this residence will also become a gathering venue for family and friends. Therefore, the area of over 330m2 is designed into a club and residence, planning using the concept of connecting the entire space. The design applied several materials including marble, stone, veneer, titanium plating and steel panel to demonstrate the modern generosity, allowing the proprietor with the feeling of entering the mountain woods when coming home with the theme of returning to the nature, fusing nature into life, extracting various elements to reproduce indoor natural landscapes.The foyer covers the cloakroom with dark wood color, offering a calming ambience. Spilled ink marble is used to design the screen, creating the image of flowing water. The club space uses the living room, the dining room and the central island bar counter to structure the reception area, where the appropriate spatial dimensions demonstrate a majestic manner of large areas. The television wall uses coarse grey Andesite to accentuate the natural solidness of stone material, while the proportioned segmentation highlights the exquisiteness and corresponds to the imposing manner of mountains and waters. The dining room uses a penetrative light fixture that resembles starlight, where a dark grey background is presented to accentuate the light spots that resemble the image of the night sky. The bar area is an alternative core space, where the work countertop is hidden behind the sliding door to make the vision more simple and well-executed. The public bathroom extends the natural grey tone and is hidden using a trapdoor, allowing the space to show more tension.
HIKOU KUNMING INTERIOR DESIGN CO., LTD.