Hsinchu is the tech city of Taiwan, thousands of engineers shuttling on streets. Things change rapidly to make sure reaching the rhythm of the world.
Having life in this environment, more importantly is to know where to stop for taking a deep breath.
In this project, designer Kuan, Yang uses a unique material to feature "Scenes" - Tawny Mirror. As the name suggests, it's a type of mirror in orange-brown or yellow-brown color. Its dim surface is magically utilized in softening corners and beams, inadvertently extending the spaces and emphasizing every object in views.
Take a close look at this case. Stand in the living room, the scene outside of the windows becomes more clear. On another side, the tawny mirror reflects the same image, doubles scenery and daylight into the space. Move to the dining area and look through the flat. The dining room is framed by tawny mirror, which highlights the modern furniture and chandelier, also divides the public space and private zone without walls. Moreover, there is one corner catches eyes, the hall way. The designer makes a transition to simplify the layer. She turns the angles into arcs, creates a little peaceful gallery-like zone to lead everyone back to their cozy rooms and gradually Calm the busy mind.
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