ARER 34坪 / 4房 2廳 2衛
New build homes with balcony and a view are increasingly rare, and people opt to spend most of their time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing time outdoors in nature.
We therefore placed a wooden box-like space in the home to symbolize an outdoor environment, and used terrazzo flooring, which conjures memory of life in Taiwan.
We attempted to create a relaxed semi-outdoor space in the apartment where residents can live with peace of mind in a warm wood-textured space while walking on the rustic and memory-filled flooring.
A portion of the bedroom features a sloped ceiling to symbolize a wooden cottage and tent used for camping.
A sloped ceiling integrates the low beam line in space while also retaining the height of the property.
The design and style are a continuous translation of the concept of biophilia—connectivity with nature, so that people who limit outdoor activities during the pandemic, could feel connected to nature at home, relax, and let go of the stress they experience during the pandemic.