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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


Residence of Good Health and Well-Being

Designed by

WU HSIN-HUNG / Evermore International Design Co., Ltd.






Team Members:

Residence of Good Health and Well-Being

Residential Architecture

Hsinchu, Taiwan

WU HSIN-HUNG / Evermore International Design Co., Ltd.

Photo Credits:

Evermore International Design Co., Ltd.


Evermore International Design Co., Ltd.

Designing a home that caters to the needs of each family member has become a major concern in spatial design due to the rise of an aging society. For this particular project, the residence is intended to be shared among the owner and his children post-retirement. To achieve this, the designer adopted the "universal design" principle for the overall planning, creating a shared residence suitable for people of all ages. This was achieved by ensuring adequate lighting, air circulation, elegant aesthetics, and optimal functionality while realizing the vision of a sustainable and permanent home.

The project stands out for its innovative concept of incorporating universal design and safety guidelines into the residence, which offers a plethora of benefits for all residents. The spacious open space planning, wider corridors, sliding door configuration, and flooring design without any height difference not only ensure the safety of the elderly but also provide them with the freedom of movement. Additionally, children can grow up in an environment that is conducive to their well-being and positive development. This project's positive impact on society is immeasurable, and it can serve as a model for future housing developments.

Upon entering the dusty area, one will notice that a full-body mirror is installed on one side of the wall. It serves both for the residents' grooming before heading out and for enlarging the visual space. Moving to the public area, the open layout planning is adopted to integrate the living room, dining room, kitchen, and study room. This creates a smooth flow of lines and widens the scale of space.

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