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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


Box of Light

Designed by

CHEN KAI-BO, LIAO YI-CHEN, CHEN SHU-HONG / China University of Technology/ShiuanYuan Group






Team Members:

Box of Light

Commercial & Office Architecture

Taipei, Taiwan

CHEN KAI-BO, LIAO YI-CHEN, CHEN SHU-HONG / China University of Technology/ShiuanYuan Group

Photo Credits:

China University of Technology/ShiuanYuan Group


China University of Technology/ShiuanYuan Group

Our project represents the pinnacle of modern design, marrying efficiency, flexibility, and high-quality specifications to create an ideal living space. With large glass curtains that allow natural light to flood the room, we've created a warm and inviting environment that seamlessly blends Japandi styles with natural materials for comfort and enjoyment. Our approach is both practical and beautiful, promoting spiritual well-being and enhancing overall quality of life. This is more than just a living space, it's a design statement that represents the best of what modern living can be.

The idea behind the design of this space is to keep things simple and minimalistic, which is a current trend in Japanese design. The overall goal is to create a spacious area that allows daily life to be the main decoration of the home. Natural light is utilized to enhance the spatial perception and create a sense of openness. The grille design helps to reduce any feelings of oppressiveness in the space and makes it more comfortable for the dwellers. Overall, the design concept is focused on creating a visually pleasing and functional space for daily life.

The design features a beautiful combination of simple lines and natural elements that perfectly capture the essence of Japanese style. The warm color scheme is enhanced by the addition of wood, which adds a vibrant touch to the overall aesthetic. The use of glass curtains allows for plenty of natural light to filter into the room, creating an atmosphere of peace and calmness. The design is seamlessly cohesive while also prioritizing comfort and functionality.

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