Romain Rolland, a prominent French writer, and the winner of Nobel Laureates in Literature once said: “The great significance of art is basically in the world that it can show the true feelings of people, the secret of inner life and the world of passion.”
Like art, in designing a world that carries the sense of boundlessness and the sense of belonging for individuals and families, interior designers project people’s memories and sentiments onto spatial layout through the creative and professional use of scenery and light.
The location of this work faces the long riverbank and has a great view of mountains and rivers, during the day and at night.
The natural light inspires the designer to arrange the space in this way.
The family that owns this property is a family of four. The original design only has four individual rooms and falls short of what they need. The designer adds three additional separate rooms and a multifunctional room when allocating more space to common areas. The purpose is to meet the different needs of the family at different stages.
The main challenge of this design is to make good use of scenery and natural light to create a sense of boundless horizon in the limited space. To that effect, the designer chooses the hue of grayish white for the wall of the entire house to create an atmosphere of comfort and elegance. From common areas to private space, and from shelves, decoration to furniture, all the design reveals a constant pattern of careful balance and mellow roundness that recreates our spatial sense.
Each detail is crafted to bring out spatial quality and order. The designer’s professionalism is fully displayed in the arranged layers and color ratio of different materials.
“Love at first sight” explains the family’s first meeting with JS Interior Design. Obstacles and difficulties are inevitable in one’s life. To have a place that is warm and cozy for people to relax after daily hustle and bustle is something to anticipate for everyone. In building the dream house for the busy family, aside from redesigning the space, the designer pays attention to the materials. For the residents’ health and to practice the idea of sustainability, environmentally friendly construction materials are used for paints, walls, and system furniture.
Space for a living is a square, and in using geometry as an analogy for life, family means circle. Between square and circle is a life of struggle and pleasure.
The symbols laid out by the designer in the space characterize this work and deliver the blessing to the family. When residents move between different parts of the square, they feel the fullness of their lives because of the love from the family.