Taiwan | 2020
Since the location of this project is surrounded by the sea, the design team chose Turkish blue color to symbolize the vast, all-relaxing ocean, as the main visual concept of the space. In order to meet the light and luxurious industrial style as the client’s expectation, the designer used a very flexible melanin board as the material of the door panels and storage cabinets and some iron mesh to create spatial details; while in the public area, uses concrete panels and stones to add some earthy character. The wall of the master bedroom is covered with Malaysian paint that feels like a concrete panting. In the simplest and not excessive way, that at the same time beautifies and creates a living space with loved ones. The project uses oblique shaped wall to light wash the surface beneath, indirectly illuminate the concrete board with the original industrial style, and cleverly combining different materials. A contrast mustard yellow sofa and melanin board, bring out the details of the entire design concept. The materials selection also creates a space with rough, brushed, yet simple and relaxing personality. In response to the client needs, the original TV back wall was structurally removed, and being replaced by an open partition wall that composed of half glass and half cultural stone. Deconstruct the originally closed space with transparent and low-profile wall. The study room’s door can be fully opened 180 degrees, and is installed with special louvers to connect the continuity of the space and enlarge the overall space experience. Even in a limited space of master bedroom, the maximum number of storage is created. The design team flexibly uses the perpendicularity of the bedroom corner and finds woodworkers to create a customized storage wardrobe. Adjacent the bedside cabinet, there is also a dressing space with a combination of desks and cabinets. In a limited bedroom, the design must be able to maximize the life efficiency.
CHUN FU DEVELOPMENT
Leading River Interior Design(ShenZhen) Co.,Ltd.