The Hidden Line

  • Prize
    Honorable Mention in Interior Design / Residential
  • Company/Firm
    One Research Design
  • Lead Designer
    Zong-Ying Chen
  • Design Team
    Sheng-Shiue Chen
  • Interior Designer
    Zong-Ying Chen
  • Location
    Taipei City, Taiwan
  • Project Date

The designer not only used mirror reflection at the original entrance area with a small walkway to create a sense of openness but also used a linear array of grids on the bottom wall to create a visual hierarchy. The linear ceiling guides the sight to the natural scenery outside the window. Like an ink painting on a white canvas, the white brick pattern on the wall next to the walkway continues to the white TV wall, which is beautifully divided by lines. The shelf boards on the TV wall arranged with black iron pieces, match with TV, carpets, and curtains present a simple and neat beauty between light and shadow. The wall of the dining covered with plaster, in addition, shows using of different materials, it also presents a simple and harmonious layer of the space. Since the client is a cat lover, the designer specially designed a circular cat hole on the couch in the reading area, allowing the cat to move freely, also with the cat painting on the wall echoing with the space spices up life.