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四十五公分的世界 — A World within 45 Centimeters

新時代生活—核心家庭、小坪數、質感家

The Lifestyle of the New Era — Nuclear Family, Limited Space, Textured Home

21世紀的今日,面對科技的進化、生活習慣的改變等諸多變革,時代的變遷為年輕一輩帶來截然不同的生活經驗,核心家庭、小坪數的規劃,締造出嶄新的生活方式,並進一步促進室內格局與家具設計的進化,增加更多空間使用的可能性,並帶動設計產業革新。本案為於台北市郊,年輕夫婦與甫出生的孩子共同生活的家宅,三人核心家庭有了屬於自己的第一個家。面對新生命的誕生,男、女主人在這個未來生活起居的住所投注許多心力,希望在有限預算下,能擁有一個滿足純粹機能、兼具簡單質感的居家場域,創造一個得以陪伴孩子成長的空間,共同迎接新生命的到來。

With the technology evolution, lifestyle changing, and many other transforms through times, living experiences of the younger generation in the 21st century have been poles apart from before. The configuration of a nuclear family in limited space had set a new lifestyle, which promotes the interior and furniture design tapping the potential of space usage, and further driving the whole industry to innovate.

This project is the very first home of newlyweds and their newborn child, located in the suburbs of Taipei City. Facing the birth of a new life, the newly-married hosts put a lot of effort into this future residence, expecting it to satisfy the unadulterated living functions with simple but textured, and enable them to accompany this new family member to grow up.

開放場域-有限尺度內創造的空間多變性

Open Space — Creating the Variability in A Limited Scale

「開放生活場域」為本次設計的核心,竹工凡木團隊以開放式場域的設計思維,重塑客廳與主臥、客廳與餐廳之間的連結界定,以此回應年輕小家庭的生活樣貌,並形塑新型態的居家場域。

一、開放式客廳

開放式客廳以跳脫傳統選擇制式沙發套組的空間配置手法,捨棄茶几、選用特殊家具、挑選複合式座椅,透過改變坐向及其他不同使用方式降低家具占用範圍,讓出客廳主要區域以提供孩子可以自由的爬行、嬉戲,形塑具生活感的空間。

二、開放式主臥

開放式主臥同樣以孩子的活動、遊逛為核心課題,由一道玻璃滑門為界做為區隔臥房與客廳的中介介面,在小型住宅中創造兩者的聯通性,除了能放大居所室內的視覺界域,也打開在有限空間內的身體尺度感,藉此營造更多樣化的空間使用模式,包括讓孩子在更廣大的區域穿梭移動,屋主能臥躺在床看客廳的大螢幕電視…等。

三、開放式餐廳

開放式餐廳以中島形式檯面取代傳統餐桌餐椅的配置,讓餐桌除了作為家具,亦可以是空間的介面,並能配合屋主夫婦的工作性質,變身為兼具工作檯功能的實用桌面設計。

 

“Open living space,” as the core meaning of this project, led the CHU-Studio to reconsider the connections and boundaries of the living room between master bedroom and kitchen, responding to the lifestyle of the nuclear family and shapes a new type of residential spatial.

A. Open living room

The open living room applies unique furniture and composite seats to configure the space, instead of the traditional sofa set and end tables. This method reduces the furniture occupancy area by changing the sitting direction and other ways, providing the central space of the living room for children to crawl and play freely, shaping the space with a sense of life.

B. Open Master Bedroom

The open master bedroom, on the other hand, has also focused on children’s activities. While the glass-made sliding door served as a transition between the master bedroom and the living room, it endowing the connectivity within the small house, expanding the visual boundary of the residential territory, and also enlarges the sense of broadness in the limited space. This method gives a different potential of space usage, such as letting kids to shuttle around the area, enjoying shows on big-screen TV lying in bed, and even more possibility.

C. Open Kitchen

The open kitchen replaces the traditional dining set with a kitchen island so that the dining table could be used as furniture, a divide, and also a functional desktop to adapt the house owners’ nature of work.

異中求同,同中求異-四十五公分下的視野

Be Different, but Same — The Vision beneath 45 Centimeters

室內設計及軟硬體配置規劃以白色作為主要色系,內含烤漆玻璃、壁紙、刷漆塗料、大理石、人造石、皮革…等迥異材質,呈現出「白」的不同色溫與面向,這樣的設計既能符合屋主喜好,以純粹、洗鍊的輕盈質感滿足簡約美學調性,亦能有效控制預算。此外,考量到未來孩子的成長將成為居家生活的核心,團隊站在孩童視角,模擬他們爬行時眼睛所見的四十五公分高度,打造屬於孩子們特有的視線場域。

整體空間以四十五公分做分界,藉由打開此一高度之下的材料與空間界域,創造諸多低矮的過道、開口,讓孩子可以自在地穿越、移動、遊憩,也透過烤漆玻璃作為繪畫、塗鴉之使用,進而在滿足不同目的的同時體現四十五公分邊界的一致性。在不同材質裡「異中求同」的設定白色調,在四十五公分高程裡「同中求異」的設定不同行為模式。

Being the leading color tone of the interior room and it’s extension components, the “white” has presented in many different materials, from back-painted glass, wallpaper, paint, marble, artificial stone to leather, emerging various temperatures and aspects of one color. This design can meet the simplicity aesthetic with a refined yet lithe texture while matching the preferences of homeowners, and the budget could also be effectively controlled.

Besides, considering the growth of the child would become the core of home life, we divided a unique vision field from the perspective of children crawling, which is a 45 centimeters height, to build a whole different world with its materials. Children could cross, move, and play as their wish through those low tunnels and openings we created and could also painting and doodling on the back-painted glass. The consistency within the 45 centimeters boundary has fully embodied while satisfying these different purposes. Among all ”different” materials, we set a “same” white tone; within a “same” 45 centimeters area, we set those “different” behavior models.

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