Interior Design Category
The site conditions are very special. Although there is a full side of light in the west, and there are retracted patios on the north and south sides, but the natural light comes almost exclusively from the single floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition, unlike the conventional square layout, the entrance is located in the middle of the east side, which was a challenge in the initial layout and circulation planning. Therefore, the designer changed the conventional spatial plan by adding three-dimensional layers through concave folding and circulation, solid and void, and material textures. The project attempts to make the visual and orientation of the space with the turning of the route, so that the participation of light from different angles can create layers in solid and void.
Time travels through space like a retrograde sundial.
The precise adjustment of material texture makes the shades more vivid. When people are in the room, they will be surprised by the texture of light in different areas. It sometimes blurs, sometimes forms shadows, and serves as the core of interaction in the space.