Migration reveals the households’ simple lifestyle and unique teste through the interior redesign and the use of materials. Home is households’ symbol; households show a kind of home.
At 36.35 m2 wide and 3 m tall, this petit little place, floor plan takes inspiration from the owners’ memories of the life in the past, with some additional influence from old school black-tile housing communities. Three separate volumes of the interior are planned to the owners’ daily needs.Not unlike traditional alleyways, to present a neat balance of easy interaction without sacrificing privacy is the ultimate goal.
Combined with the pure white tone, the design integrated a loft-style layout into the maisonette. It built up a light and warm daily life for the family of four. The interior applied the pure white tone to present the quiet environment and using the wooden material and reflecting glasses to create a light and warm feelings.
Pauian Chun Sheng Sheng successfully interpreted the symbiotic urban aesthetics of the interdependence of landscape and architecture.
The interior avoids unneeded ornaments; whereas, exterior was renovated by cement and cladded with perforated metals, building up translucent contrast between solid and see-through material. The perforated facade brings more daylighting and creates blurry yet inviting shadow from outer surrounding, eliminating visual barricades among vertical stores. This old house becomes a new, flexible, light-weight, carrier to cater for unknown activities after the overhaul.
The project is located at the bank of the River. We do not want an ambitious landmark, instead, we want to create buildings that involves into the nature and become invisible, balancing architecture and nature with humbleness and veneration. There are 15 rooms in the hotel, each room was injected with different characteristics and has a framed view to the river or to the fruit-bearing forest. By creating different room types, DAS tries to experiment on different models, scales and materials
If a building is compared to a box, its doors and windows introduce the greenness and natural light into the box underground. To make it breathe. The relationship of symbiosis between men, plants, and the house is achieved. That is our romantic feeling in the design of the space.
The concept originated from a memory of home. The resemblance of the client’s frequent outgoing and return flights abroad for work with birds gathering branches and grass and flying back to nest is the inspiration for the design.
The owner expects to give their child a wider and brighter living space, however, the internal site doesn’t have enough natural light. Therefore, the designer will create an open space that is based on the island as the centre by removing the original partition in order to compensate for the lack of light. Besides, the black dining table has three different lengths to meet the owner’s needs for hosting.
Like a breeze sweeping through the prairie, this home is washed over by soothing runes – comforting yet captivating.
Tranquility – as ceiling and metallic sheens respectfully reflective upon each other like sky and stirred water.