<img src="https://images.adsttc.com/media/images/5a13/dc78/b22e/3822/8600/00d7/original/IMB_B9zXRu.GIF?1511251061"/></p><ul class="specs"> <li> Architects: <strong><a href="http://feedproxy.google.com/office/hao-design">HAO Design</a></strong><br /> </li> <li> Location: <strong>Kaohsiung, Taiwan</strong><br /> </li> <li> Lead Architect: <strong>Iven Chen</strong><br /> </li> <li> Text Editor: <strong>Shu-tian Tsai</strong><br /> </li> <li> Area: <strong>168.0 m2</strong><br /> </li> <li> Project Year: <strong>2017</strong><br /> </li> <li> Photographs: <strong><a href="http://feedproxy.google.com/photographer/hey-cheese">Hey!Cheese</a></strong><br /> </li>
Text description provided by the architects. The project is located in a residential area in Xiaogang, Kaohsiung, and was commissioned by a couple with a daughter in elementary school. The couple had vastly different expectations for the style of their home. The husband is a steel engineer, and is very interested in metallic pieces and a rough industrial style; the wife is a flight attendant with a sensitive mind who loves to experience different cultures and new experiences. She hoped for a simplistic and bright Japanese style with Nordic cultural crafts manship quality.
After a series of discussions, we decided to employ a colorless gray industrial undertone, using a Lotos cement wall surface, mock-cement tiles, kiln colored patterned tiles,
The more simplistic and spacious the space, the more crucial the furniture choice and coordination becomes. The color, silhouette, materials, and craftsmanship all affect the functionality and overall style of the space. For example, in the living room, we chose the Case Study® Daybed pull-out bed and table from the Modernica collection. The V-shaped foot can lighten the visual load, while the 1.5 inch wooden frame displays the elegance of simplistic Japanese design. The RH dining table was made with recycled pine wood and concrete, creating a contrast of textures and ages. The Danish classic Y-Chair combines eastern and western elements by incorporating the designs of traditional armchairs from the Ming Dynasty to create a modern silhouette with classic undertones. The steel and aluminum hanging lamp from Tonone's BOLT collection is made up of 6 arms with adjustable angles, displaying the mechanic beauty of a world of technology, while also adding to the metallic element of industrial styles. This stylish furniture elegantly occupies their own space, coordinating and intertwining within their industrial tones to create an enthralling spatial dialog in the home.
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