A Ship of Tolerance
A Ship of Tolerance
Interior Design Category
Taichung City, Taiwan
YiSha Interior Photography
This project is a five-story house with an elevator. Through observing and considering the owner’s daily activities in the house, the designer creates a comfortable living space for the owner. The interior space allows family and friends to have an enjoyable time together. In addition, the designer subtly infuses the homeowner's personality into the house, setting a harmonious vibe as the primary impression of the house and the arc shape as the primary visual structure. Also, embedded cabinets are implemented in the house, symbolizing the owner's tolerance and kindness.
Upon stepping into the living and dining area, one will appreciate the neutral color of beige and gray set as the central color arrangement, with some black items and wooden furniture to balance the proportion of the space, creating a sense of simplicity and refinedness. Silver glass lamps are hung above the dining table, revealing a high-techish vibe. The designer uses linear indirect lighting in the living room on the side to add a layered three-dimensional effect. The ceilings and walls of the shared living area are covered with arcs to eliminate the sharpness of the space, delivering a comfortable and rounded sensory enjoyment. Besides, embedded cabinets are implemented to create comprehensive and smooth space planning.
The designer has created a different bedroom style through the material texture and color changes. Stepping into the master bedroom with light brown wood grain and beige lacquer walls, one will feel a touch of light luxury quietly unveiled through a few metal objects. The dark brown wooden cabinets in the master bedroom, which is decorated in gray and blue, demonstrate quietness and calmness. Besides, in the children's room, the designer uses off-white combined with blue-green to produce a completely different spatial tone, creating an environment suitable for children's creativity development through color arrangement and object placement.