“Intuition” is the first ever personal exhibition of graphic designer, Jay Guan-Jie Peng. The content on display is a visual creation drawing on his past ten years of various commissioned work, in which color, text, and information have been removed, leaving behind only the most essential elements to be subsequently rearranged and reordered.
“Life in Tree House” breaks stereotypes for interior design by creating an interesting and dynamic experience. Tiny houses with fragmented spaces isn’t just about lighting and design — it’s about pushing beyond the boundaries of your imagination to gain new experiences.
Modern society has changed so fast that we’ve left some important elements behind. JCA Living Lab reincorporates the past into modern homes — reinvigorating modern life with history.
17.6 m2 Apartment might be an extreme project we have ever designed but these tiny living units are widely existing in many cities. We wish the attempt of design could not only inspire people living in a small living space but also arouse the attention and discussion about what a reasonable living unit should be and help the improvement of this living type.
In the unlimited space, enlarge the spacious and bright sense of space with white tone. In this minimal design, giving the residents more imaginations of the fantasy kingdom called “freedom”.
Strolling in a circle, or circumambulation is the main concept of this residential design.
The design uses the original layout of beams and columns and adds some arcs on the currently-existing level and vertical contractual axes to serve as the vanishing point. We try to enrich the visual experience with subtraction via minimum decoration.
The rich texture of the concrete coating comes from the temperature of the texture. Combining that with the right proportion of the control of color sense and volume, the space comes to life.
A stiff wall is redefined in a space. The use of the maximum composition of an open space hints at the re-demarcation between the public space and private space. A changeable wall connects the flexibility of various life scenarios.
We decided to open up an old apartment over 40 years old. Through a circular open kitchen and open door design, we recreated the space according to the concept of “Living Theater”. We used open, penetrating, and bright methods to break the limits of traditional Asian apartments.