Hide and Climb Residence by Maggie Yang and Jimmy Yung

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Hide and Climb

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Residence

INSPIRATION:
Cities have been expanding for centuries and the population increases dramatically. Along with great changes caused by the highly developed internet services and threats of the latest infectious diseases, the dwelling has to evolve. All the traditional function defined by its activities, like an office, school, library, playground, track and field, restaurant etc., will connect like clouds and shrink like a mini-world. Therefore, a residence will interact with the desire of its tenants, acting like a treasure box.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Not only is the rock climbing included in this project, but also other activities like working, learning, reading and playing to maximize its flexibility, while maintaining the traditional functions: kitchen,dinning and bedrooms. No matter how evolving, the essence of home remains the same, a warm and cozy place. This is also the reason why we chose a tree house as an icon, though there is no smoke coming out if its chimney.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
In addition, we tried to put timeline into consideration: Space may adjust according to the child’s growth. The design of a tree house echoes the idea of climbing, also reserving abundant room for two kids to play for the time being. Several years later, the tree house will become the wardrobe, and the teenagers will own their own rooms respectively.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project spent 3 months for design and 6 months for construction, completed in 2019 summer in Taipei, Taiwan.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The main material is birch plywood.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
110 square meters.

TAGS:
Transform Living, In house, New Generation Residence

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Climbing can help children with different developments from many aspects. Climbing activities require the coordinated operation of all parts of the body, the comprehensive cooperation of hands, feet, eyes and body. Children's mastering of climbing techniques can promote physical coordination and make them more flexible and responsive. Whenever a child climbs to a new place, it brings a new sense and body face to the child's vision, which helps to cultivate the child's space concept. Therefore, climbing can not only practice motor skills, promote physical development, but also explore the environment. Moreover, during the climbing process, the children will have a lot of fun, so they will find it very interesting to climb up from the ground and practice repeatedly. It is from children's repeated attempts that they gradually overcome difficulties, accumulate face, and improve their skills. Brave and confident will not come out freely. It is in children's repeated attempts to train themselves and cultivate the spirit of fear and toughness lays the foundation for their personal struggle spirit when they grow up.

CHALLENGE:
The most difficult part is how to design sports facilities that meet the needs and can be combined with space. In order to achieve this goal, in addition to matching materials and colors, and extending the organic shape of the climbing wall, the pattern of the entire space is unified.

ADDED DATE:
2020-03-06 05:01:31

TEAM MEMBERS (3) :
Jimmy Yung, Maggie Yang and Tina Liao

IMAGE CREDITS:
Copyrights belong to Happystudio,2019

Visit the following page to learn more: http://happystudio.com.tw/#/detail//89/
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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Happystudio

PROFILE:
As people know, the essence of design is problem solving, but it is not as simplistic as that. Why do we have professional chefs? People get hungry and have to eat. Even so, the job of a chef is not only for eliminating hunger. The issue of huger is also intimately related to politics, productivity and resource allocation.What a chef really has to do is to make dishes with different ingredients from different seasons and different places and combine it all with different spices. Afterwards, they have to display the food in an attractive way on the perfect, matched tableware. By doing these things, people feel the joy of life while filling stomach. The same is true of interior design. The job of a designer is to meet all kinds of needs in people’s daily life and contemporaneously consider all kinds of issues of the site itself and the tastes of the residents. In addition, a designer has to use different material, different colors and different furniture to make people feel the joy of life while living inside.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Hide and Climb Residence by Maggie Yang and Jimmy Yung is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Hide and Climb Residence by Maggie Yang and Jimmy Yung is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019 - 2020.



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