Nancy's Big Apartment

Taipei / Taiwan / 2018

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The movie Honey, I Shrunk the Kids inspired Studio In2 to experiment with the use of large frames to disrupt the original visual proportions and expand the sense of space in a small mezzanine apartment in one of Taipei’s most desirable and lively business districts. Studio In2 transformed the 66 square meter apartment into a modern and elegant metropolitan home for a young entrepreneurial couple. In the face of limited ceiling height and small floor space, big sliding door panels, big wooden frames, big openings, and big colored blocks were used to disrupt the visual proportions and challenge the original sense of space.


 

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    The movie Honey, I Shrunk the Kids inspired Studio In2 to experiment with the use of large frames to disrupt the original visual proportions and expand the sense of space in a small mezzanine apartment in one of Taipei’s most desirable and lively business districts. Studio In2 transformed the 66 square meter apartment into a modern and elegant metropolitan home for a young entrepreneurial couple. In the face of limited ceiling height and small floor space, big sliding door panels, big...

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