Flashing in one moment
the designer implant a rhombus configuration on a rectangular plane, an arrangement that enriches the layers and dialogue in the space. From the exterior, there are ubiquitous façade designs with the style of interspersion of virtuality and reality.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
When coming into the porch along the stairs, there is a sector counter in sight. The corner space, by interior rhombus segmentation, creates an amiable sector space for welcoming guests with clever imitation by curved stone desktop. The images of trees, behind the counter, are created by complex cuts of boards. Furthermore, on the both sides of the images, the reflections effect from mirrors not only visualize the segregation between walls and ceilings, but also creates a visual effect with both a circle in a rectangular and a rectangular in a circle.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
On one side of the porch, there is a wall and large LED display, making a solid and stable effect at the entrance. The dangling stairs reduces oppressive feeling to visitors. On the other side of the porch, with the edges from rhombus cuts, there is a vertically inclined plane wrapped by a rectangular body. One side of the inclined plane is structured as a wall, and another side is extended by windows, which create fun in space by interspersions of virtuality and reality.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
culture stone, wood, mirror, plastic sheet, granite, melamine panel,
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
630 square meters
This is a place which creates a patchwork atmosphere in which open and private rooms are built for people conversation.
The installment of the arches is used as an extension effect created by rhombus space, and it breaks the original vertical-and-horizontal lines and creates abundant visual effect in transparent space. In the field of lights, the designer ingeniously used recessed light and crystal chandelier to separate the differences between meeting space and gallery.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Design Director: WEI-JHENG SYU and Designer: Zhen-Long Liao
Wei-Jheng Syu, 2015.