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Arch Design Award 


Interior Design Category



Amber Time

Designed by

CHEN MIN-YAN, SYU WEI-YING / Prelude Interior Design






Team Members:

Amber Time

Residential Architecture

Taichung City, Taiwan

CHEN MIN-YAN, SYU WEI-YING / Prelude Interior Design

Photo Credits:

Prelude Interior Design


Prelude Interior Design

This stunning six-story residential villa is a masterpiece of design and functionality. The spacious and well-lit living room is perfect for family gatherings or entertaining guests. The kitchen and dining area are thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of a family of four, with ample space for cooking and dining. The entertainment room is a highlight of the villa, providing a cozy and relaxing space for movie nights or game sessions. The private sitting space is a quiet retreat, ideal for reading or enjoying a cup of coffee in solitude. The designer has left no detail overlooked, carefully considering the family's living habits, preferences, and functional needs when planning the layout. The result is a spatial pattern that is both comfortable and functional, with personalized bedroom spaces that cater to each family member's unique tastes. The bedrooms are designed to create a sense of privacy and intimacy while maintaining an open and airy feel. The villa's overall aesthetic is one of understated elegance, with a sophisticated color palette and tasteful decor. In short, this villa is the perfect blend of style and functionality, providing a comfortable and beautiful living experience for its lucky inhabitants.

The designer took into account the owner's desire for a sophisticated and elegant look for their home during the overall spatial planning process. To achieve this, the designer carefully incorporated elements of luxury and segmentation into the design, while still maintaining a mature and stable style that the owner preferred. To create a seamless transition between the interior and exterior of the residence, the designer introduced the Baroque architectural outlook into the interior design. This allowed the interior space to continue the architectural style of the exterior while meeting the owner's expectations for the residence's style.

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