The Pink Field of View
The overall residence applied a French countryside style while combining different shades of pink. Many three-dimensional molding designs are being used, such as crave patterns, bow-knots, Roman columns, wreaths, roses, hearts, aces, diamonds, castle-style walls, circular arches, and linear; the six-story house is infused with all kinds of elements to create the aesthetic of living. At the same time, grey-blue painted cabinets, couches, and doors are paired with the shades of pink; the designer hoped to combine functionality with the balance of colors by transforming colors. Three generations will be living in this house together; therefore, the members' health was the critical consideration for the designer. Low-formaldehyde paints are used, while the low-pollution selection for basic materials reduced the possibility of generating harmful substances. In addition, eco-friendly panels are used in many ways; recyclable materials can be reused in the future while contributing to environmental sustainability. This project has broken through the single image of pink of the past with its detailed color changes and complementary color arrangements.