Plain white ‧ Framing ‧ Scenic view Interior Design - Residence by Yi-Cheng Chi

Home > Winners > #50547


DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Plain white ‧ Framing ‧ Scenic view

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Interior Design - Residence

INSPIRATION:
The architect used an amount of black and white building mass, horizontal and vertical geometrical staggered blocks with delicate metal grid wall free facade designs. The windows introduce of a large number of natural light, while in the west the deep-set windows are to prevent sunlight which affect the use of interior space. The outdoors are also planted with flowers and trees, hoping to allow users to embrace the nature in the building, staying in a quiet and comfortable environment.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
With the continuation of the building appearance in a modern minimalist style, into the room, there are a lot of floor windows which capture and frame the beauty of plantings outside of the house into the chamber. Along the staircase, there is a white tone wall, brown wood cabinets and dinette. With moderate iron pieces and modern style chandeliers, Tables extending from the center of the kitchen let kitchenware combined as one space showing a simple and neat fashion sense.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
-

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project finished in December 2015 in Taichung City , Taiwan.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
In the rear of the living room are ninety degrees two-sided windows, so that the outside views of the flora and mountain can be framed into the house. The large piece rustic and elegance stone walls, with white leather sofa and simple seamless stone floors, created a quiet and refined elegant texture. The floor windows cleverly use the terrace set up above the garage, which in addition to show the beautiful Plumeria obtuse trees, also twisted steel grille design with white fabric daze pavilion, so that there can be like a soothing comfortable vacation in daily home life. The third to the fifth floor are bedrooms and multi-purpose room and banquet space. The master bedroom located on the third floor cleverly used a change of plane angle, setting a comfortable couch, with a 45-degree angle mosaic tile wall. It accompanied with the shrubs outdoor on the balcony, planting with quiet and simple way to create a transition field between the bedroom and bathroom. The multi-purpose rooms and banquet space are with stacked logs texture to the wall. Other than wooden venetian blinds, meticulous small whit stones and shrubs create a Japanese garden landscaping, presenting a sleek, minimalist style homes for vacation. Meanwhile, you can also have a deep, quiet corner.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
400 square meters

TAGS:
Residential Space

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
-

CHALLENGE:
-

ADDED DATE:
2016-09-22 03:57:22

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Yi-Cheng Chi

IMAGE CREDITS:
Photo by DA HUAN DESIGN

VOTE FOR THIS DESIGN

VOTE FOR THIS ENTRY

CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
-

PROFILE:
-

NOMINATION DETAILS

Plain White ‧ Framing ‧ Scenic View Interior Design-Residence by Yi-Cheng Chi is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

· This project is currently confidential as results have not been announced yet. Images and further details of the project is not available for public yet, please check back later. If you are the owner of this design, please login to view the images.

· Click here to register today inorder to be able to view the profile and other works by Yi-Cheng Chi when results are announced.
AWARD DETAILS

Plain White ‧ Framing ‧ Scenic View Interior Design-Residence by Yi-Cheng Chi is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2016 - 2017.



· Press Members: Login or Register to request an exclusive interview with Yi-Cheng Chi.

· Click here to register inorder to view the profile and other works by Yi-Cheng Chi.
SOCIAL
+ Add to Likes / Favorites | Send to My Email | Comment | Testimonials | View Press-Release | Press Kit
See other A' Design Award and Competition WinnersA' Design Award Presentation Submit Your Designs
 
design award logo

BENEFITS
THE DESIGN PRIZE
WINNERS SERVICES
PR CAMPAIGN
PRESS RELEASE
MEDIA CAMPAIGNS
AWARD TROPHY
AWARD CERTIFICATE
AWARD WINNER LOGO
PRIME DESIGN MARK
BUY & SELL DESIGN
DESIGN BUSINESS NETWORK
AWARD SUPPLEMENT

METHODOLOGY
DESIGN AWARD JURY
PRELIMINARY SCORE
VOTING SYSTEM
EVALUATION CRITERIA
METHODOLOGY
BENEFITS FOR WINNERS
PRIVACY POLICY
ELIGIBILITY
FEEDBACK
WINNERS' MANUAL
PROOF OF CREATION
WINNER KIT CONTENTS
FAIR JUDGING
AWARD YEARBOOK
AWARD GALA NIGHT
AWARD EXHIBITION

MAKING AN ENTRY
ENTRY INSTRUCTIONS
REGISTRATION
ALL CATEGORIES

FEES & DATES
FURTHER FEES POLICY
MAKING A PAYMENT
PAYMENT METHODS
DATES & FEES

TRENDS & REPORTS
DESIGN TRENDS
DESIGNER REPORTS
DESIGNER PROFILES
DESIGN INTERVIEWS

ABOUT
THE AWARD
AWARD IN NUMBERS
HOMEPAGE
AWARD WINNING DESIGNS
DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
MUSEUM OF DESIGN
PRIME CLUBS
SITEMAP
RESOURCE

RANKINGS
DESIGNER RANKINGS
WORLD DESIGN RANKINGS
DESIGN CLASSIFICATIONS
POPULAR DESIGNERS

CORPORATE
GET INVOLVED
SPONSOR AN AWARD
BENEFITS FOR SPONSORS

PRESS
DOWNLOADS
PRESS-KITS
PRESS PORTAL
LIST OF WINNERS
PUBLICATIONS
RANKINGS
CALL FOR ENTRIES
RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT

CONTACT US
CONTACT US
GET SUPPORT

Follow us : Twitter Twitter | Twitter Facebook | Twitter Google+.
Share |