Taiwan | 2020
In order to meet the different styles of the clients and the needs of children and pets in home, the designer used marble and carbonized steel brushed wood and inserted light bars or copper sticks. The wall of the living room and the entrance extend through the same stone and carbonized wood to keep the outline of the public domain, and moderately add strip lights to give focus in a dark atmosphere. The island dining space uses a mirror ceiling to make a suggestive spatial partition, while at the same time bring out a high-vision experience. In terms of style, in order to meet the different expectations of male and female clients, the use of stone can express both classical and modern design vocabulary, and the dark color tone is just special, balance the strong style conflicts. The block collage of the headboard in the master bedroom is an attempt of the design team to find harmony in asymmetrical elements, which create a modern atmosphere. Reflecting the spirit of environmental protection, most of the stone is taken from the factory leftovers, and the space is decorated with various collage methods. The stone can be divided into three parts; the splashed ink stone is used as a connection of the TV wall and open dining room, the floor is a geometric collage of fish and white stone leftovers. At the back of the dining room cabinet, the original red-green dragon-phoenix stone is used. In order to meet the needs of the clients for a large amount of storage and display of collections, the design team constructs a customized and user-friendly space through a detailed understanding of the client’s living habits, whether the dressing room for male and female, and a compartment for pets under the stairs, or a clever use of H-steel beam to place the platform. Everything is customized for the clients and echoing the living needs and demands.
Dong Lin Interior Design Construction
KLAASEN LIGHTING DESIGN
Restaurants (Interior Lighting)