House with streamlined arc interior
This case is a newly built single-story residence. Because the original layout is relatively fragmented and closed, it does not meet the needs of users. Therefore, the first step is to fine-tune the wall line, including combining the two rooms into one to create an L-shaped moving line that connects multiple sections of the master bedroom. Secondly, we opened the original closed kitchen and added an island with a flexible glass medium. Both magnify the field of vision and enhance the interaction between people and space. And the multi-functional study planning side by side with the living room not only increases leisure options but also highly upgrades the actual area effect!
The homeowner frequently travels to and from Taiwan and other countries due to his professional need. High-intensity work pressure often makes people have more expectations of "home." To effectively relieve emotions, many parts of the house, such as the ceiling, desks, glass doors in the dressing room, and full-length mirrors, we all designed to bring into streamlined arc shapes. On the one hand, it interprets the visual softness, and on the other hand, it metaphors the freedom of flying in the sky. We specially adjusted the dark-gray green that the homeowner liked, opened the welcoming prelude at the entrance, and entered harmony with the daylight for the color selection. And we use numerous soft white, light gray, and warm wood to layout the public domain, which has established the primary theme of refreshing and cheerful, genial, and undiminished personality.
The entryway floor adopted pattern tiles, which have both dust collection and aesthetic feeling and also separated it inside and out from the herringbone wood floor area in the public domain. We painted many walls in the common field with architectural concrete coating, with low-key grayscale texture, which is very healing. It is also an exceptional composition to set off furniture and soft decoration.
We made a customized circular arch vista in the entryway, which has additional functions such as lighting, storage and shoe area for small objects and shoes, and storage of luggage cases. We pasted the wall opposite the vista with a two-color mirror to extend the depth of the field, but it also added an inspiring situation. The arc continuous to surface that connects with the island in the kitchen area is built-in storage to cleverly placed the refrigerator to modify the structural columns and eliminating the pressing of the acute angle of the traditional cabinet. The glass doors used as compartments on both sides of the study can fold into the modeling wall to prevent wasting the space.
Instead of making a fixed main wall in the living room, we used a lightweight metal shaft to hang a TV. We also provided a 90-degree viewing radius, matching projection equipment, and a suspending hidden screen to provide diversified audio-visual entertainment. The study is equipped with a leisure couch by the window, and under the bed is for practical storage. Both sides and the top of the soft couch are covered with wood like a cradle of comfort and security, reflecting the humanistic design psychology.
We employed pre-reinforced load-bearing in the study and kitchen area. The glass sliding door with special rails and hardware assists the dividing while maintaining visual transparency and family interaction. It can also moderately keep privacy and prevent oily smoke from escaping during cooking. The main bathroom selected a variety of brick materials to splice with lively geometry. We covered the corners of the space with metal materials to show the style of a low luxury hotel.