Taiwan | 2019
This residential spatial planning design project is an indoor space exceeding 330 square meters; it is a spatial structure with the public area as the central focus, which is surrounded by private areas on the exterior, allowing for maximized flexibility of the living room, the dining room, the kitchen and the rest area. The house owners have extremely high color sensitivity, hence the team and the house owners jointly brainstormed to create the bold and innovative color combination fused with American-style quality, where the ratio control and matching of the colors allow the space to demonstrate its characteristics without appearing confusing; peacock is the base tone applied throughout the entire space, and may be seen either in public or private areas. Hollowed screen and glass artworks are used for the entrance to create an attractive visual end view, while the spacious foyer transitional area introduces the image of grace. The public area is composed of the living room and the dining room. The black brick main wall allows the stereo system to blend in naturally, while the customized carved screen allows the end view of the foyer to appear indistinct, the soft and warm matt stone material is used as the foundation, constructing an appropriate interactive living room via the sofa. One the one side, the gorgeous purple tone conveys a different venue atmosphere for the dining room. The wall in the space connects to the rest space in the back via double circulation paths. Sapphire wall is used together with curtains featuring peacock feather totems, where the eye-catching blue and green colors create a unique style; the simple audio-visual facility and kitchen counter provide diversified functions, while the elegant Japanese-style room on the opposite is separated with an iron sliding door.
Sustainable Living / Green