Strolling in a house might be a kind of art, like pouring some wine slowly into a bottle.
Then swirl the transparent glass, for each drop from the Grand Cru Classé of Bordeaux to rotate.
As the lively dill fragrance of the black oak floor
Encounters and enriches the smooth room of pandomo floor,
The tiles with rusty iron pattern add a sense of chill like strong tannins
Among the reflection of bronze mirror and titanium plating to cast off the underripe crease.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Walk into the domain, the subtle and steady dark color emits a mature and tranquil atmosphere. In the choice of materials, rust-like sheets with low reflectivity and unrefined quality and titanium metal can be seen and are wrapped in walnut veneered rims. Piping closet is wrapped with silver candle glasses. With soft and indirect lighting, the unique characteristics of each different material brew the contrast dialogues.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Arranged in progressive layers, using the floor where it turns from entrance to the public area as the starting point, to extend the floors of the living room and the kitchen as coherent surfaces, and to use the boundary between the public area and the private bedroom corridor as the dividing line and the difference in the floor material colors to create a visual contrast. At the same time, by the building mass structure embedded, the bathroom located on the dark color corridor floor will act like a light box, which shall detain sight attention at the narrow and black hole like corridor.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
This project started in May 2012 and finished in July 2015 in northwestern Taiwan.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Main material are pandomo, tiles, tea mirror, hard wood flooring, titanium metal, marble
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Acreage is 254 square meter.
residential, residence, delicate, detail, hotel like home
There is no specific research for this project.
There is almost no obstacles during renovating this house.
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Designer: Yi-Ching, Lin and Designer: Shih-Ming, Lu
photo by KyleYu Photo