The compact space in a downtown Taichung city apartment provided RIS Interior Design with the inspiration to create a bold and vibrant space. Spanning just 78m2, the apartment has been designed fluidly to suit the contemporary lifestyle.
At the passage from the entrance to the main areas, a wavy flow permeates into the depth of the apartment. Amid the seemingly normal white backdrops, a wall-to-ceiling layout, sculptural curvy shapes at joints between walls to columns, beam to ceiling, and fixtures altogether soften the rigidity of every corner.
Bold and lively colours are scattered throughout the property: bright neon, primary colours and pastel tints can be seen in furniture pieces as well as the soft furnishings, and whereas purplish tints have been meticulously placed around. The textured wallpaper underneath the niche, not only prevents scratches from placing accessories, but also entices people to admire its repetitive Arabic patterns. Small colourful accents pop out from shelves, nooks, and doorframes, creating inviting contrasts with a predominantly curvy backdrop.
Moving to the master bedroom, a playful purplish gradation attracts attention. Besides a creative visualisation, it contains a function of sliding doors, to unfold the continuous colourful scheme of walk-in closet.
As there are no neighbours in close proximity, the interior daylighting is sufficient and provides a full scene of mountainside. While the sheer puts on a variegated graft at wide windows, the sunglow provides warm vibes, setting off a beautiful panorama of the sunset.
Project Name: Tinker’s Patches
Design firm: RIS Interior Design Company
Photographer: Hey!cheese Photography
City: Taichung city, Taiwan
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