Taiwan based Han-Yue Interior Design designed this inspiring 65m2 apartment in Taichung city, Taiwan. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.
From the architects: Live out of a suitcase; let’s veg out at a house. Today, in the age of information explosion, the outside world is changeable, full of chaos and uncertainty. In every working hour, we are force to cope with files of data; thus, returning home is a shelter for physically satisfying and mentally self-healing.
This project’s apartment owner is a couple of newlyweds, and a family of two holds their simple philosophy. Catering for a digital lifestyle, the interior master-plan ditches unnecessary fixtures.
Demolishing interval walls expands open space. Installing sliding doors integrated glass material, areas are able to be open or isolated, and allowing the wife and husband own the private space.
Complementary color scheme implies inhabitant’s exceptional taste, and dark color palette accentuates on decoration and daily interaction. In the evening, while illumination is turned on, a warm hue presents another amiable ambiance of the interior space.
Project Name: House Potato
Photography: Glitz Studio
Location: Taichung city, Taiwan
Space: 65 sqm
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