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WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment

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WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary ApartmentA Sketch of Personality

Between the structures of the top and bottom floors, one can capture a snapshot of work and leisure in a single moment. Broad and comforting visual angles are illustrated via perpendicular lines, and connect to form a cozy environment. Functional designs invisible to the eye integrate the details and process of life, and maintain a harmoney in between each quarter.

WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment

© KPS Kyle Yu

WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment

© KPS Kyle Yu

WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment

© KPS Kyle Yu

The fundamentals of the design entail the hobbies and personality of the inhabitants. Light softly shines into the room, casts long shadows through the open areas in the rear and front, and gives life to the open space. Simple, clear-cut lines connect the interface with functionality to become the best focus points for visual angles. Colors, mixed media, connections, continuous factors of the same nature combine to form a flawless temperment of space.

WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment

© KPS Kyle Yu

WCH Interior | A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment

© KPS Kyle Yu

Humanistic spirit gives a new life for this design through linear extentions that release an alternative form of moderism. Emotions pentrate and are combined with architectural concept to open a dialogue between space, environment, and its inhabitants.

Designers: WCH Interior | Luke Wang C.H. and Chen Rui-Ta
Co-Designers: Tsao S.C., Chou Y.C., Huang Y.T., Lin L.
Project name:  A Multilevel Contemporary Apartment | RSL (72 ping) (4 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, 3 bathrooms)
Primary materials: iron, spray-paint, durable floor, brushed veneer, bolon
Project date: 2012.5~2012.12
Photographer: KPS Kyle Yu
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