Rationality and Sensibility
Here, we tried to construct a new aesthetics: cucine insist in contemporary life like installation art. We made entrance image brightly and impressively, like slideshow, focus on the space plan, not surplus materials; emphasized the brand main value: contemporary vogue and functional aesthetics. When people walk around, they could find subtle connection between objects.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
People came in along the glass wall, saw an inclined plane wall which stood at the middle of the space dividing main route into two ways. The stone wall is combined with the kitchen island, you could see light projection on the shelf.Shifted fields delicate make sure every product wasn’t disturbed. Ample room allowed people stroll along the show. Every independent site were placed to be seen, regarded as regular open space.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
1F., No.525, Guangfu S. Rd., Da’an Dist., Taipei City 106, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Materials were chosen from product elements. Take steel and black mirror for example. Steel arrayed in the space to enhance the visual tension like industrial design. Those strings extended from ground to air elegant, like harp, brought in some romantic into rationality, guiding us to every independent area by compressed sights. Black mirror’s texture would appear variously when environmental light changed. Their combination with products describe the products’ own pithiness and technological.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Cucine, showroom, Studio. HO
Our client kept some works which had to be showed with new products. It's our main mission to make the old ones, looked like new ones in this space. Our design should give both different type chances, to showed their best look.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
LIANG-YI LIAO and CHUN-YI HO
#1: Photographer Kevin Wu, E-cucine, 2010.
#2: Photographer Kevin Wu, E-cucine, 2010.
#3: Photographer Kevin Wu, E-cucine, 2010.
#4: Photographer Kevin Wu, E-cucine, 2010.
#5: Photographer Kevin Wu, E-cucine, 2010.