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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


The Future Starship

Designed by







Team Members:

The Future Starship

Residential Architecture

Taichung, Taiwan


Photo Credits:

I.D.Charmilles Interior design, 2023


I.D.Charmilles Interior design, 2023

The late German-American architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe once said, “Less is more.” The designer of this interior design project has adopted a minimalist design approach, creating a neat, simple and sharp spatial presentation. In addition, the designer has taken the space capsule as the core concept for this project by setting white as the primary color scheme. With a rounded design to decorate the details and lines to outline the space, the residence has turned into a lovely living environment that makes people feel like they are in a space capsule full of a futuristic and high-tech-ish vibe. As soon as entering the residence, one will be amazed by the freshness that the white color configuration has expressed in the space. The space is tranquil, enjoyable, and beautiful. As for the walls, they are white lacquered and made of glass and mineral art paints. Besides, the designer has stayed consistent with the same color yet different material textures to bring the spatial sensation and multiple layers. For the TV wall, metal plates are utilized to add a touch of technology. The mineral art paint on the back wall of the bed resembles the moon’s surface, transforming the bedroom into a space capsule next to the moon so that the residents can enjoy an outer space experience. For the bed area, the designer has planned an elevated floor and indirect lighting to create a sense of floating, illustrating the outer space scenario and concept well. In the open living area, the designer has utilized the curves of the circular walls and the setting of screens to define distinct living spaces. For this project, the designer has set a simple style as the main spatial focus and has thoughtfully designed a sitting area, sink, dressing table, closet, TV wall, and other functional configurations to meet the residents’ daily needs, routines and habits.

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