Design, throughout life, pursues an absolute inner tranquility and stability. The architect expressed his admiration of nature between heaven and earth through his creative design, and internalized the prosperous Tang poems of the Tang Dynasty "seeking mountains and snow, bright clouds and smooth scenery. ". Keep time series, understand the true meaning of life and reach the harmonious realm between man and nature.
Basic information: 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, 2 bathrooms / number of people: 2 adults, 2 children
The needs of the host
* to meet the living functions of a family of four.
* Public and private areas of space are different.
* Hoping to incorporate the natural landscape outside the building into the interior.
1. Entrance design
Mirrors and cabinets effectively enlarge visibility and set up a rich storage function, combining the ceiling shape and natural stone floor of the public domain to become the first impression after the start.
2. Living room design
Ceilings and facades use a large number of hand-dyed solid wood strips to imply the "liquid" impression of the eastern sea of clouds and snow through gradation and sequence. This is a model concept in public domain and connecting entrance, living room, dining room, work and study and other areas to open. But the relationship of different attributes.
Through the arrangement of natural materials such as natural stone and hardwood, it seamlessly communicates with the outdoor landscape, creating the barrier-free movement of the entire room and a relaxed and leisurely pace of life. that residents hope.
3. Restaurant design
Using the vocabulary of the shape of a ceiling divided by wooden paths, the design extends downward to become an expression of the main wall. The white metaphor of the blind snow scene below the facade, the warmth and joy of walking on the snow and hiding it The openings leading to the guest bathroom and the kitchen simplify the facade effectively and only Maintain neat and warm background of dining area.
4. Classroom design
Book walls with light, lines and surfaces become the visual view of the hall area, and are also sliding doors that identify public and private areas, extending into the restaurant area. Through an open relationship with the living room, the interaction of life with the family is improved.
5. Corridor design
The arrangement of the corridor, the public and private areas are identified by the large Changhong glass sliding doors, lined with green, symbolizing transparency such as clear lakes and meeting areas. is a metaphor for the nature of the East Sea and snow. The situation is a perfect fit.
6. Design the main bedroom
The headboard's main wall is designed with light, lines and surfaces through a layered design to outline the focal point of the vision, then using special paint to interpret the natural texture of dramatic scenes. The back and rear walls of the TV main wall are arc-shaped, and also the main lobby area of the TV. The natural environment of the sea of clouds, connecting inside and outside, shows the impression of bright space, agile and elegant together.
7. Designing changing rooms
Through the open shelf design and changing area, it integrates the storage function and lifestyle that the owner expects.
8. Design of main bathtub
Set dry and wet cup, through the use of imported brick material, texture, road surface through light to express the level, design titanium plated washbasin, and continue large texture and press Natural statues of the hall area.
9. Designing a boy's room
Dominate the area with the dark colors that boys like. And plan the height storage design of the overhead storage warehouse, the horizontal moving staircase and the perforated plate, to meet the necessary functions for reading, resting and playing.
10. Designing a girl's room
Mostly with the translucent color that girls hope. Planning overhead storage and horizontal moving stairs to meet storage and living requirements.
11. Designing guest bathrooms
Continuing the pine green color of the corridor, through the collage of imported enameled small bricks, the outdoor natural scenery and the imposing oriental landscape of the hall area are brought a poetic visual experience in the prosperous Tang Dynasty.