Taiwan | 2019
The proprietor for this residential spatial planning design project is an emergency room doctor, who rests mainly during the day, where the spatial planning needs to incorporate the study as the recreational and work venue. There are also two young children in the family, thus tidiness and aesthetics of the storage are emphasized. The entire space uses a lot of wooden flooring to enhance safety, while simple colors are blended with wood texture to allow for consistency between the design of the public and the private spaces; primitive colors are also utilized to create the leisurable atmosphere of a residence within the mountains for the enjoyment of unrestrained residential hours. The main public area uses warm and neutral colored wooden texture as the main tone, while the space applies symmetric arrangement, with the dining room and the kitchen on the right of the entrance; the wood dining table and chairs with the simple metallic light jointly structure the tranquil atmosphere, on the left of the dining room and the kitchen is the large storage area for the storing of large luggage. The side of the kitchen uses grid-shaped metallic matt glass sliding door to maintain the openness of the space while eliminating the diffusion of cooking fume, thereby allowing the public space with a connection, showing a nostalgic Japanese ambience on a whole.The living room on the left uses black leather sofa as the foundation, while the simple track lights imply the spatial borders; the semi-partitioned television wall separates the living room from the study, allowing the vision to reach to the rear end of the study, thereby forming the front and rear layers for the space while keeping the openness.
Fal Andreo and design associates
Ryoji IEDOKORO ARCHITECTURE OFFICE