Taiwan | 2022
The soul of interior design lies in the conversation between human and the environment, where you can create multiple layers of life. This case is a residence for a family of three generations. Brown wood veneer and cabinet go with white ceramic tiles, creating an elegant atmosphere. Irregular groove design on the veneer and cabinet appears like five-line staff, and the colorful home furnishes on the other hand play the role of notes on the sheet, turning the space into a beautiful piece of music. Upon entering, the living room and the dining room immediately welcome you at the doorstep with a whole clear view of home. Based on the owner’s preference, a wine collection area was set up right beside the dining table, providing an easy access to either treating guests or drinking solo. A long dining table for 8 seats is used considering the members of the family. Its dark brown wood giving off a sense of nobility and calmness, shining together with the chandelier on top, makes dining even more pleasant. Modern white sofa and hollow out tea table take the spotlight of the living room area. LED recessed on the ceiling and a wide range of french window bring sufficient lighting to the room. The study in the back of the living room is decorated with wooden brown furnishes, creating a warm feeling to the space. Besides, the two rooms are seperated by a glass sliding door. Not only does the translucency ease out the visually oppression, but also helps keeping attention within the zone. A special feature of this case is the balcony that stretches all away from living room to master bedroom. Equipped with french windows to bring in sunlight generously. It also serves as a place to plant, or a relaxing spot for having a coffee with friends, chatting casually or even holding a barbeque party.
Interscape Design Associates