Taiwan | 2022
The designer used circle as the main visual design of the space. The rounded design smoothed out the sharp corners of the space, creating a smooth, flowing space while maintaining the safety of the children during their activities. In this space, the designer upholds the concept of human-oriented design, replacing right angles with arcs, changing the three-dimensional and layered sense of space with circles, arcs and curves. Make these shapes both functional, to meet the various needs of life, so that all the circular arcs have a purpose. By rounding the lines of the entire space, the visual effect of the space is expanded. Since working from home has become a modern trend after the epidemic, in order to take into account the privacy of the owner when working from home, and at the same time, the interaction and emotional connection with the family, the half-wall and half-glass design is used between the studio and the living-dining room, so that the distance between the owner and the family can be narrowed by the penetrating material. The sliding door of the study is designed in Japanese style. The straight stripes as fence are used to continue the texture and style of the half wall. In order to meet the owner's storage needs and space utilization requirements, the designer prepared various hidden storage for their needs. In addition to enlarging the living space for the whole family, it also adds visual cleanliness to the space. Ripple brings a sense of flow to the living space through arcs and curves, interpreting the spatial pattern through a variety of rounded curves. The designer uses the difference in height of the curves to create a sense of visual dimension and to give functionality. The aesthetics of the space is formed by the consistency of details and colors, and the aesthetic elements are integrated into it while satisfying the spatial needs of the occupants.