Interior is the soul of architecture, the connection between human and environment, and the combination of human art and material civilization.
"Inspiration is the feeling of the beginning, like a threshold, where silence and light meet." ("Silence and Light - The Architectural Spirit of Louis Kahn")
Inspired by the design of the church corridor, FF shows rational design logic with minimalist aesthetics, and uses arc elements to create space. By discovering light, creating light, and condensing light, it unifies the virtual and real, inside and outside, and up and down, giving it new life. Make this residence more accessible and open, so that the owner can enjoy tea, meet guests and rest in it comfortably and freely.
Due to the owner's request to retain the original kitchen, we added a row of parallel in-line consoles opposite it, and placed the functions of the western kitchen and water bar here. The two opposite doors form a migratory line, which connects the two streamlines of the interior and exterior in series.
The added in-line operating table forms a long and narrow entrance aisle on the back. By embedding a separate wooden box, we achieve the space effect of winding paths leading to seclusion to achieve the experience of wanting to promote first, and increase the sense of ritual when entering the home.
Entering the restaurant, ample natural light penetrates through the curtains, through the arched doorway, and arbitrarily breaks in. The previously suppressed emotions are instantly released, followed by a sudden bright and bright.
Dining tables, dining chairs, and sideboards balance functions and needs with classic black, white and gray. Asymmetric dining chairs, in the contradiction between heavyness and lightness, decorate the space with shapes to achieve an atmosphere of fusion and symbiosis.
The original partition wall in the living room was destroyed, and one room was reduced, in exchange for a more open layout. In the overall pure white tone, it looks clean and transparent.
Because the ceiling beam is too low in the living room after the partition wall is knocked down, we combined it with the column. Taking the top beam and the column as the axis of symmetry, half circles are made on the left and right, so as to raise the top space and hide the return air outlet of the central air conditioner inside. At the same time, the beams and columns are weakened with arc-shaped elements to form an echo.
Not only that, coffee tables, carpets, circular load-bearing columns, etc., all choose arc-shaped elements, so that the overall spatial relationship can be unified and balanced.
Break the traditional connection between the living room and the balcony, and use arc elements to increase the interest of the space. With 6 arched door openings and mirrored door openings, the indoor and outdoor spaces are divided and mapped, and the interactive dialogue between time and space is opened in the alternating experience of virtual and real.
Under the rendering of warm yellow light, the arched door with its poetic arc neutralizes the cold straight lines and edges of the interior, showing more aura.
Looking at the guest dining room through the arched door opening, the framed view design method visually raises the height of the high-rise, bringing multiple far-reaching perspectives, forming a different kind of interior view window.
The soft and soft lounge chairs give the leisure area a lazy and comfortable feeling, while the lighting of Noguchi Yubo in the corner adds artistic texture to it. Under the soft focus filter of natural light, the space is dyed with minimalist and elegant temperament.
The winding white bar and desk are combined into one, and the functions are divided by different heights to enhance the layering of the space.
Because the owner only comes to live occasionally, we meet their needs in the form of suites. The migration line is formed by sliding the door, so that various functions such as sleep, office, toilet, leisure, etc. are independent and connected with each other, making the life line more comfortable and achieving the living experience of a top hotel.
Mirror sliding doors separate the sleeping area and the office area on both sides, extending more usage scenarios between the opening and closing.
The spaces of the two attributes are also distinguished from each other in color, one black and one white, one moving and one still. Use the simplest geometry to solve functional requirements.
Likewise, a sliding door isolates the bathroom from the other side of the study. The external wash area is minimalist and extreme. The design of dry and wet separation maintains a sense of quality in the details.
Follow the stairs to the event space in the basement. The special circular window draws the line of sight into the audio-visual room of the study, presenting a new sensory experience with multiple interlaces of space.
Taking Carlo Scarpa's staircase as the prototype and simplifying it, we painted the wrought iron handrails and the white stone steps. The light and shadow make the whole scene extremely artistic.
Simple lines, surfaces, and volumes connect the upper and lower floors with a modern and minimalist architectural language, forming a spontaneous dynamic.
The abstract geometric shapes are unfolded layer by layer in a narrative way, and the pure and unified tone achieves a strong sense of order and a classical atmosphere.
The design brings new life to the space. The dark basement is completely activated by the intruding skylight, gradually infiltrating and dissolving, sweeping away the original stagnant atmosphere, and the space appears quiet and powerful.
The natural light from the patio shines into the space through the windows, and it is wrapped in layers, making it especially light. The boundaries of time are weakened, and the past, present and future overlap to create a new space.
We raised the basement as a whole, and formed a deck-type sofa area by partially sinking it, giving the space a certain sense of staggering, as an area for tea tasting and negotiation.
The soft atmosphere lights blend into the scenery, and the materials with different transparency and reflectivity reflect and merge with each other, sculpting the quiet atmosphere of the field.