LSDCASA undertakes the overall interior design of this project. We try to return to the most essential thinking of design, and respond to the original will of living with ordinary life and quiet and simple impression.
The flowing vector breaks the limits of space and life interface. The seemingly simple patterns are in fact designs of life as well as the faithful prostration. The extracted U-shaped element connects each mechanical unit.
This is a renovation blueprint for one of the floors of a mansion. Although it has limited lighting, it still provides a valuable and comfortable space. The interior was designed into a ring line.
This is a home for a family of three.The owner hopes their house to be fun for the child to grow up happily.In the discussion, we found their child likes to play on the slide in the park.Therefore, why not put the slide in the house?
The space is located on the second floor of a building in the city. The original style of the construction leads to the small size of the window.Besides, the light on the lower floor is insufficient.
Breaking up the once long and narrow floor plan in order to create better traffic flow and proper space management. A curved ceiling structure is now in place to free up additional room for particularly storage purpose and in terms enhance spacial flexibility at the same time.
Waterform Design reimagined the 30-year old factory through the lens of purified water. First, they deconstructed the water filtration process, and decided how each section of the space would be categorized. Then, using bar-code patterned glass and metal grid panels, they brought the water filtration process to life through the power of design.
A House was designed with a focus on comfort, energy, and sustainability. The challenge was optimizing energy efficiency, while also extending the warm feeling of home into the workplace — filling the workplace with a cozy, homey ambience.
Thinking Design Office 2.0 transforms traditionally long, skinny Taiwanese buildings into beautiful office buildings. The revamped buildings maintain a green garden in front, while also installing ceiling windows on the roof to flood the space in natural light.
Using Bolon is a bit like choosing a fabric for a custom double-breasted suit, which lets you want to look closer and touch it with your own hands. It is a material with spatial appeal. When the team is designing space, we try to filter the scruples in our minds—creating the invisible boundaries of space.