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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


Central Asian Style

Designed by

Chen Yung Fang, Lin Jian Huan, Wang Yu Chun, Chen Yu Ting / SPU Design international






Team Members:

Central Asian Style

Residential Architecture

Taichung City, Taiwan

Chen Yung Fang, Lin Jian Huan, Wang Yu Chun, Chen Yu Ting / SPU Design international

Photo Credits:

SPU Design international


SPU Design international

This interior design project is a perfect blend of cultural diversity and modern style. The owner, who has traveled to Central Asian countries, desires to incorporate their elements into their residence. The designer has brilliantly captured the essence of the desert with warm earthy tones and textures in the public area while creating a private sanctuary with British minimalist style. The designers have used spatial psychology and morphology to shape the area and make the most of every inch of space. Every corner of the residence has been infused with various functions to maximize its effectiveness, making it a stunning example of form and functionality. The result is a beautiful space that is both visually appealing and functional, satisfying the owner's diverse living needs and aspirations. 

In the shared living area, the designers utilized space psychology to break down the design and selected laminated glass as the partition design for the study. This design connects the living room, dining room, kitchen, and study, freeing up the original stuffy living room while preserving the independence of each space. Additionally, the designers used the irregularity of desert winds and desert colors as design elements for the public realm. They used cream color to create a warm and peaceful atmosphere for the home. This allows the mind and body to calm down, and then they configured a special curved shoe cabinet and irregular TV wall to simulate the desert scenery, thus showcasing the Central Asian style.

In the private area, unlike the light colors in the public area, the designers used smoky walnut as the main axis of the space. This creates a calm and restrained spatial tone, allowing residents to feel as if they are stepping from the desert into a peaceful sanctuary and enjoying a spatial transformation experience. In addition to the configuration of materials and colors, the designer has also paid special attention to the illumination of the residents.

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