• Company Name Professional Group of Design
  • Entry Name Secluded Beauty in the Mountains
  • Category
    • Other Interior Designs
  • Clients Jing Cheng Construction Co., Ltd
  • Lead Designer Te-Yu Liu, Hui-Ching Chang
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  • Photo Credit Hey!Cheese
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This is a project focused on designing the common area of a property development case. The main objective of this design is to encourage residents to communicate with each other and build stronger emotional connections. To cater to the diverse needs of the residents, the space includes several functional facilities such as a lobby, a meeting room, and a lounge. Furthermore, the space features the work of famous ceramic artists, and blending these works with the overall design is an important aspect of this project. The principal objective of this project is to establish a warm and inviting habitat for the inhabitants. To achieve this, the primary design scheme selected is influenced by the elegant artistry of Japanese aesthetics. To infuse an artistic essence into the living space, the masterpieces of the esteemed ceramicist, Mr. Liu Jung Hui, have been seamlessly integrated. The purpose behind this is to provide a peaceful and calming sanctuary from the chaos and commotion of urban life, allowing the residents to unwind, revitalize, and feel reinvigorated once more.   The project is divided into different Japanese aesthetics for each area. The lobby has a simple and elegant design with ceramic works added for an extra touch. The lounge bar is a mix of Kyoto and modern styles which adds a unique flavor to the space. This way, residents can experience a taste of exotic Japan even while in Taiwan. The common area of this project has large floor-to-ceiling windows that allow natural light to enter the room, making the indoor area look spacious and bright. It also creates a fresh and pleasant atmosphere. The mailbox room is designed to be simple and clean, without seating or bulky elements, to reduce agitation for residents when getting their letters.