Daybreak and Nightfall
From morning to night, the light changes, and the mood changes. We run such a two-sided concept throughout the whole space according to the different preferences and demands of the two owners and present it in every corner.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The screen modeling cabinet in the entrance adopts the element of line and face in the front, and the materials of ironware and wood to constitute the false and true effect of light and shadow in building, as well as combine the functions of display, storage, geomancy, and screen. Meanwhile, the back face presents the geometry of graphic design to form the visual focus of the living room.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
In order to make the prospect wider when entering the main bedroom, we have made the wall at the head of the bed lower, and this wall to the side of the study can be used as bookshelf. We used pieces of iron to design the bookshelf of the whole wall, and have added a linear LED light on the shelf, which can be used as night light.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in October 2015 and completed in February 2016, and place in Taipei, Taiwan.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Iron metal, nature white marble, wood-pieces, wallpaper, glasses, steel, wood flooring and homogeneous tile with polished finish
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Site area : 120 sq.m
daybreak and nightfall, Taipei city, interior design, LCGA Design
Thinking from two sides of one thing, the combination of working and resting and the modern neat lines with some classical feeling slightly increases the romance of working at home. The overall space is centered around the bed, and the generatrix of a hollow square extends to the working area and changing room area in order to flexibly and harmoniously unify the living demands of the two owners.
The display cabinet at the entrance combines the iron piece with wood, to create a penetrating but different effect of two faces of this cabinet. Behind the ironware light box of the dining room is the modeling window frame of the guest bathroom to increase the light penetrating into the small guest bathroom, which could also form a light embellishment for the dinner atmosphere in the dining room, while letting the diners know whether the guest bathroom is occupied.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Cheng-Yuan Huang and Kai-Chen Chiu