House OO

¨This residential house, which sits in a 6 meters narrow alley, glows with the natural light. Maximizing quality of space and convenience, we re-introduce the couple to a new chapter of life.¨

Microflat 8

Free up the soul space, let the swaying scene calm the noise, so that the daily busy rhythm pressed the pause key, so calm and clear, the slightest smell of 8 Ping’s restrictive atmosphere.

Cloister House

Reinterpreting the cloister as a space imbued with an infinite permutation of possibilities, living occurs organically around courtyards. The main space is spatially delineated into 9 sub-grids, punctuated with a series of courtyards. The courtyards were essential for the otherwise deep plan to work, as they bring natural daylight and ventilation to every part of the house. Each courtyard is unique, differentiated by the varied sizes and placement within its respective sub-zones.

Kasanoyado

The arched ceiling symbolizes a held up umbrella, as a modern method of design, it breaks through the ritual Japanese design method, formed a brand new appearance for the Japanese aesthetic. With the greenery outside the window, we fulfilled the memories of Japan.

Comforting

In order to strengthen family bonds, we use the subtractive design to maximize the public area.
Integrate the storage room, bathroom and bicycle tools room into a concealed cabinet to make the space looks systematic and tidy.

Using subtractive design to transformed the traditional kitchen area to an open kitchen, parents and children could interact enthusiastically when cooking.
Also we use floral art, green plants, light/shadow, and wood to make the space closer to nature, and create spatial.

KOA Apartment

Marty Chou Architecture uses abstract geometry and open plan to create airy and unconventional interior for “KOA Apartment” in Taiwan.

Taoism Life, Way to Simple

The user is a photographer and a life artist who admires the living way of oriental “Taoism”and enjoys the leisure and joyful life in this simple and peaceful house where presenting the ”Following the nature” life aesthetics in it.

X2 Pattaya Oceanphere

This project integrates an alternation between solid mass and transparent voids to creating an experience that encourages users to deviate from the chaotic urban lifestyle to embrace the tranquility of nature. Upon arrival, there is a monolithic cliff-like 3 story facilities building with escalating landscaped steps raises guests to the elevation where they can thoroughly enjoy the scenic sea view despite the site location. The project utilizes humble local concrete block and elevate it.

Truffle Cream

Divided into two by the linear boundary and the color proportion, using the softness of the curved lines to neutralize the toughness, and achieve a proportional balance in all aspects, and do not deliberately emphasize luxury “no more and less, appropriate and sufficient.”

The Writer’s home

Exploring the magnificence of the rooms and examines both the structural beauty and the extravagant use of material; The function and flexibility of the space are the key features of this project. It aims to create an inspirational space that empowers the owner – a writer- to live, to work and to host guests.

house A

At the low entrance, the catwalk tied to the study led the three cats all the way onto the hot-rolled-steel and jumped onto the eaves. The black terrazzo in the hallway, with the yellow gravel, reflected light and flickered slightly, against the calm black plaster wall, the light converged in the line.

house C

At the low entrance, the catwalk tied to the study led the three cats all the way onto the hot-rolled-steel and jumped onto the eaves. The black terrazzo in the hallway, with the yellow gravel, reflected light and flickered slightly, against the calm black plaster wall, the light converged in the line.

Pure Co-living

Besides private rooms, the common area includes a workplace, a podcast room, a shared kitchen and dining area, two lounges, a laundry room, a yoga room, and a rooftop garden.

Aftertaste of French roasted

“Aftertaste of Multi-Roasted” is based on the concept of barista and bar. Home for the owner is more than a rest place, but an out of work, return to self and healing place.

Living in the mountain

How can this lifestyle in the mountains reflect the natural surroundings is what we care about the most in this project. In Taiwan, weather in the mountainous areas is mostly humid and capricious. We intend to solve these problems by leveraging interior designs. Therefore, “transparency” and “gap” become the core concepts, upon which we hope to build a carefree lifestyle in the mountains.