• Prize
    Winner in Interior Design - Apartment
  • University
    Chung Yuan Christian University (R.O.C.)
  • Lead Designer
    Chien Ming Lai
  • Design Team
    Jyun Ru Chen
  • Photo Credit
    Cafe Photography
  • Location
    Taoyuan City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
  • Project Date

At the transient convergence of light and shadow, the tender threads dance along, swaying a gentle waltz.
With light, one can understand the world with clarity.The project is a fusion of modern lifestyle aesthetics with customized spatial functionality, resulting in a delicate waltz.
Located in a west-facing high-rise building, the design consists of warm tones of red-orange light at sunset filtering through the floor-to-ceiling windows. To preserve the existing lighting conditions of the building, classical moulding and imported Spanish tiles complement each other, thereby extending the light and shadow variation effects to the materials.
A calm and restrained gray tone dominates the overall layout of the space, which not only corresponds to the elegant temperament of the occupants, but also aims to isolate the worries and anxieties, providing relaxation to the body and mind. In response to the post-pandemic challenges, a platform for disinfection supplies and a closet for storing masks and outerwear have been installed at the entrance, improving people's lives by means of interior design, facing the unknown challenges ahead in concert.