The Hidden Garden
When naturalistic integrate with space, it is a performance of beauty, a kind of philosophy of modern design. The design shows up the scene of "The Peach Colony", which infuses naturalistic into the space. The clam presentation make the fields connect with each other, and create a comfortable and quite space, and bring in humanity.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Dark and gray tiles as the main character of the counter area, the geometrics are full of gradation under both colors, create quiet and delicate space. Walk along the corridor, a big rectangular light box appears right on top of the counter desk from the ceiling, in the group with the outline of trees and leaves which strengthen the visual.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Enter to the audiovisual space, a dividing line on the wall forms a geometric shape. Forest-shape carving television wall under the light spot echoes the design theme. There are no much decorations on the ceiling and field, forming a stable and introverted space.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project finished in February 2017 in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The wall on the other side overlaps, the idea came from Peng Hu Basalt. When light mimicking on the wall, you will feel like walking in the mountain.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
778 square meters
In the "The Peach Colony" by Tao Yuan Ming, it describes a beautiful scene, and this became the blueprint of this case. A straight corridor which causes an extension visual, the designer uses linear outline the shape of trees and leaves, shaping the natural artistic conception.
A large chandelier in the dining room makes the space generous. Smoky glass behaves like stars in the sky, circle shape drawings echo with the dining table. Cooking classroom infuses savor into life, Black steel thing in the space echoes with Nakajima kitchenware and rectangular oven, which constitute a simple geometric shape, creating a bright and high quality space.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Che-Yung Chuang and Jun-Yan Wang
Photo by Dirk Heindoerfer