Taiwan | 2019
In this modern apartment with large windows, our goal was to create a calm space, where people could be relaxed, both for their body and mood. There has sufficient daylight, and it was good to set gray as the primary color for space. Besides, we added natural textures, such as birth, smoked oak, and brushed mineral paints, etc. All the lower saturated color and textures made people calm and felt at ease. In the functional sections, a long wood frame was parallel to the flow stared at the hallway. Under the structure, there were cabinets from the entrance to the corridor. That provided enough storage capacity. And the neat and tidy looks could reduce the mess for life. In the living area, we installed a customized metal TV rack in front of the large windows. By minimized the volume, people could focus on the variety of lights and shadows behind the large black flat panel. Also, the beautiful window sight could be seen in the primary space. That was another fascinating thing we pursuit in this project. There were baffles in the kitchen ceiling for sound absorption and diffusion. That also marked the working area among the whole continuous space. A row of bookcases was along the corridor that turned a regular aisle a different function. The primary element was birch plywood. Under repeated block alignment, the way was visually magnified. That also provided lots of room for storage with a unique effect of the display. All the designs did this project entirely what we desired, a peaceful and calm space with wabi-sabi likely style, where people could enjoy their life.
HMan Design & Construction, Inc.
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MICK SPACE INTERIOR DESIGN CO., LTD.
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