Facing life at present, there are too many things that we need to balance. Just as what the designer anticipates expressing: to search for the balance between material life and spiritual world in a type of brand new rhythm of life. The instant presentation of the good or bad of all things is merely the rhythm of two types of variations; life itself is a dynamic balance.
The lounge and the study are allocated in the same space, exploring the cultural context and spiritual appeal of the elite hierarchy in-depth, pondering the contemporary living principles to structure the order of architectural space via a simplified approach. Furniture and light fixtures blend into space naturally, while the height dimensions, colors, materials as well as spatial order mutually correspond to form an enclosed yet open guest-meeting space. The lounge and the study both feature the red wine and cigar bar function, while the entire bookshelf also features the function of displaying artworks. Life appears to be like this, reaching out for the future in memories, experiencing life under the nourishment of art.
The natural marble tabletop with grey leather dining chairs in the dining room continues with the lines and colors of the entire space, and the cozy dining environment reveals the owner’s considerations towards taste; banquet-style dining ware and clear branch-style chandelier form the abundant and pleasant dining environment. The worthiest of enjoyment is the painting “Daydreams About the Future “by artist Jin You, which created a 3D space on the 2D canvas, disordered but multi-angled, attempting to review this chaotic world with a calmer state of mind. Placed in front of the painting is the work “Perpetual Motion Machine” by artist Yung-Chi Liu. “Perpetual Motion Machine” resembles an immortal life body. When people stand in front of the “Perpetual Motion Machine”, they feel that the time lasts forever.
The ultra-large French window in the master bedroom connects to the balcony, as well as connects to the views outdoor. The artistic awareness endowed by space and the pursuance of ultimate quality life mutually depends on each other, enriching every corner with elegantly low-profile texture.
The senior room applied blue and light grey to create a living space with comfortable and concern-free low saturation; the interesting crystal chandelier and the profound art painting form a contrast, stimulating ripples of time before calming down again. The children’s room is based on the theme of magical mist, where the gradated green installation art makes one feel as if in the futuristic and mystical fantasy. The pale pink color causes no racket at all, while the cozy and comfortable bed, as well as the bay window, fulfills the Utopia in real life.
Life may not go as smoothly as you wish, but being able to balance life, to treat life seriously and to taste life is wonderfully sufficient!