Text description provided by the architects.
The design concept of “flowing space” is adopted in this case, and four return moving lines are used to connect the functional zones in series, so as to create a relatively open and free space experience for the homeowner.
Through the use of window openings, soft partitions, sliding doors and other elements, designers turn the originally closed wall into an element that can be opened and closed at will or even hidden and disappeared, so that different functional spaces are connected and penetrated with each other, and the closed independent space becomes an interconnected whole.
Based on the “unconventional” living space needs of the two owners, designers want to create a sense of privacy and closure that can break the traditional private house space for the owners.
Therefore, in space design, they avoid static volume combination, but pursue continuous moving space to create a flowing, through and inseparable overall space effect.
They hope that space and space can be opened, so that the sense of closure of traditional private houses can be dispelled, and the definition of different spaces is blurred and the transition is natural..