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The pure and clear exterior of the bare beige building is set against a deep blue sky ushering in the slanting sunlight. We renovated the skyscape building in Taoyuan to accommodate a family of five. The site conditions are square, with a planned courtyard in front, but the interior area of the main building is limited. Therefore, “visual extension” and “unity of color order” are the main axis of the design in the planning, and the vertical and horizontal extension is created with the line of sight. After careful structural calculation, the isolated building can be divided into outer wall panes through the appropriate proportion to make its sequence orderly so as to enable it to be fully lightened and illuminate the interior. At the same time, a patio is set up at the top of the stairs without window in the inner side of the space. The staircase is made of white perforated plate brightened by natural light from the top to the bottom. The light sifting through the hole moves along with the daylight gives rise to the scene of light and shadow flow, forming a charming view. Light gray and pure white colors are used throughout the room, and hygroscopic adjustment materials are used on the walls to create a comfortable living environment. The black and white texture marble occupies a place in the kitchen, and the stair base is opposite to it, presenting the balance of light and weight on the hue, showing no lightness due to the limited space. On the contrary, the visual focus can be extended by properly applying stable materials, so as to outline the depth of field. The Danish second-hand furniture with warm and moist texture and full of time precipitation and the green plants on the side complement each other to create a unique residential atmosphere.
LOCATION : 桃園 YEAR : 2018 SIZE : 60坪 TYPE : 住宅