The site is an old apartment with low beams and a poorly lit and ventilated dining room in the center of the space. We changed the original four-bedroom into a three-bedroom layout to reorganize the areas to meet the living function. We also created the kitchen with an open plan to provide adequate lighting and good ventilation.
The curves trims and wraps the beams, as well as the curved lines and grooves increase the rhythm of the space, allowing the light and shadow to show a more diversified three-dimensional effect between the twists and turns. The three-dimensional concept connects the public area, perfectly linking the three main areas of the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The curves naturally and softly decorate the space with a light-colored paint and textured materials, allowing the strokes of light and shadow to leave a vivid look.
This project integrates the practical residential function and takes the concept of aesthetic embellishment function as the core. The theme of minimalism is also applied to maintain the consistency and harmony of the space.