Are you ready to give the long-shaped house a brand new look?
The old house from the past had architecture and space design like blocks stacked neatly, lacking the three essential elements of life that modern times value, sunlight, air, and water.
As a result, the space was dark and cramped.
Furthermore, the various spaces in the old house no longer matched the habits of modern people, such as excessively narrow bathroom spaces, kitchens that are too large and dining rooms that are too small, and problems with accessing the added household room affecting private areas.
In order to improve these outdated spaces, the designer redefined the relationship and proportion of space, allowing new flow to create different spatial boundaries. The renovated space is fully utilized without wasting, and is more comfortable in terms of living scale. In this project, the designer specifically reserved balconies and terraces for each individual room. This way, not only can sunlight and air fully enter the private space, but also allows residents to interact with the environment and form a station for the breath of life.
Unveiling glamour within a 30-year-old building
The architectural form is a row house with sky wells. The condition of the house is 30 years old.
The space pattern includes a garage, foyer, living room, open kitchen, open study, master bedroom, bedroom 1, and bedroom 2.
The main building materials are crushed stones, dark reddish-brown wood veneer, system cabinet materials, and gray mirrored glass.