Taiwan | 2022
The structure of this project is a symmetrical twin tower, with a gray and white color palette to exhibit a simple yet sharp style. Situated in the sunny city of Kaohsiung, the project is granted with a larger proportion of green field with setbacks around the buildings. With such design the bright sunshine can dance on the structure and a dapple of sunlight shifts throughout the day. This makes the project not only eco-friendly but also aesthetically pleasing. Upon entering the lobby, the light gray marble reflecting the sunlight warms the hearts. The sofa area with brown, white, and grey décors echoes the color palette of the space. On the other side is the reception counter, whose subtle stone vein and dark green color reinforce the sense of stability in the space. On top of that, the area is quite obvious in the lobby, so that the guests can get the help easily when in need. One of the features of this project is its various recreational space, including the lounge room, the gym, and the multimedia studio. The wood walls and storage cabinets are applied on the sides of the lounge room, setting up a cozy tone. The modern chandelier is a fun touch that brings fun to the room. Considering the rather smaller windows, the designer adds in some embedded lighting beside the chandelier to make sure the space is well-lit. Enormous windows are set in the gym for the body builders to enjoy the view and sunlight during their routine. The bar behind, on the other hand, is a social area for residents to hang out and know their neighbors better. The multimedia studio is equipped with all kinds of devices, such as a broad screen and surround, providing the best experience in both audio and visual. The lattice TV wall and the white sofa area form a contrast, which strikes a perfect visual balance. On top of the various common facilities, every unit has its own balcony where the residents can set up a little garden.
Interior Design - Exhibits, Pavilions & Exhibitions
Hangzhou 9M Architectural Design Co., Ltd.
Architecture - Residential High-Rise