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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


The Palace of Art

Designed by

CHEN KAI-BO, ZHOU DA-XIANG / China University of Technology (Taiwan) / ShiuanYuan Group






Team Members:

The Palace of Art

Residential Architecture

Taipei, Taiwan

CHEN KAI-BO, ZHOU DA-XIANG / China University of Technology (Taiwan) / ShiuanYuan Group

Photo Credits:

China University of Technology (Taiwan) / ShiuanYuan Group


China University of Technology (Taiwan) / ShiuanYuan Group

This particular interior design project has been meticulously crafted by a skilled designer who has centered the theme on "art" to create an unforgettable and exceptional experience for guests. The designer has expertly blended a variety of elements, including art, color, stone, wood, and lighting, to infuse the residential space with a compelling story that stirs delicate emotions. The end result is a space that exudes a "warmth" that instantly makes the guest house feel like a cozy haven.

The design team has gone the extra mile by incorporating the concepts of "light" and "wind" into the space, thus enabling the free flow of wind and the play of light and shadow to create a one-of-a-kind artistic harmony. This infusion of warmth and inner light imbues the space with an extraordinary style that is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who visit. Overall, the designer's adept use of art and design has transformed this space into an exceptional, welcoming, elegant, and enchanting oasis.

The most remarkable aspects of this space are the exquisite interior design elements, which include stainless steel water ripples, curved shapes, and metal accents. The clever use of strategic lighting contributes to a fluid texture that brings to mind the movement of wind and water. The ceiling pendants, shaped like delicate leaves and floating effortlessly in the air, imbue the space with a romantic and beautiful aura. Additionally, the high-end imported furniture and stunning artwork combine to create an opulent and inviting atmosphere, making visitors feel as though they have stepped into a magnificent art palace.

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