completed another modern apartment remodeling in Taiwan. The brief centered around exploration theme for the clients’ kids. Resulting open space provides residents with a lot of functions, but there is also room for playground.
Employing wood, and to a lesser extent, concrete the designers divided open plan into different zones. Hallway and playground got the best of wood properties, while the living area and dining room got a stylish backdrop of concrete.
A double-sided sofa is a great way to keep children occupied, while you catch up with your favorite television programs. Tray coffee tables are perfect for serving both tea and dinner.
Room behind the dining area has no walls, thus integrating into the main layout. There the owners can read and think, while kids are playing nearby.
It seems that the kitchen didn’t become part of the main layout, as it’s usually the case, but is kept behind wooden slat doors to separate the clean main room from the messes of cooking area.
A small balcony with a glass access from the living room has its own little green lawn, and overlooks the city.