The house was initially planned as a reform of an existing home, which is why the original layout was left untouched. Composed of two perpendicular volumes, which were opened up by a tall, imposing pitched roof, the house was cut across by a naturally illuminated wood corridor. As the project progressed and became more ambitious, the entire outdoor layout was proposed and added to the construction as a second phase.
▼項目外觀，external view of the project
▼建筑采用高聳的坡屋頂，空間開放，tall pitched roof opened up the space
▼越過泳池看向森林，view to the forest through the pool
▼建筑與自然融為一體，architecture merging into the nature
The design concept was proposed as an ode to Japanese simplicity juxtaposed with Scandinavian elegance. Light and materiality constitute essential themes that work together with balance and poise, having rigorous and detailed applications throughout the house. Furniture aesthetic is honest, simple and carefully curated. The entire space has a sense of coherence and balance. The same theme is translated onto every detail of the house, creating a dialogue in every gesture and use of the space, details are meant to create a moments of awe.
▼客廳與露臺連通，living space connecting to the terrace
▼客廳，一側為展示墻，living space with display wall on one side
▼日式推拉門分隔空間，space defined by Japanese sliding doors
▼開放式廚房和餐廳，open kitchen and dining space
▼日式與北歐風格結合的臥室，bedroom in Japanese style combined with Scandinavia