Taiwan   |  2021

MUSE Design Awards Gold Winner

Shimmer

Entrant Company

Chiyan Interior Design

Category

Interior Design

Client's Name

Sub-Category

Residential

The warmth of the space is reflected in the large floor-to-ceiling windows, which draw in daylight. At the same time, the LED lighting strips provide warm yellow light, which makes the client can enjoy the casual atmosphere. This project is inspired by the Cartesian coordinate system published in 1637 by the French mathematician and philosopher René Descartes in La Géométrie. The designer interprets the space from a geometric perspective, offsetting the hardness of straight lines with curved edges at the corners and makes each element of the space echo the grid. First of all, the designer uses environmentally friendly stone flooring to reduce the environmental pollution caused by the use of materials. Secondly, the designer retains the advantage of a light and airy base with large floor-to-ceiling glazing. The material allows for plenty of natural light, and the client does not have to turn on any lights during the day, which can be saving energy and reducing carbon over time.

Credits

Designer
Vincent Lee
Designer
Carol Liu
Designer
Steven Sun
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