Ne_On

Taoyuan City / Taiwan / 2020

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During the design process, we came up with the idea from a simple theory of the second rainbow, a phenomenon that is not often to see. Encouraged by the low-key, misty color palette, we thought we could use its element into the interior, creating some kind of intimacy between people and color. Through the invisible power of colors, we hope to achieve a goal of cultivating closer interactions and opening a dialogue about an ideal way of living for urban-dwelling residents.


 


Under the practice of minimalism, we developed a flowy rhythm of space with the composition of geometric graphics. Subtle lines and curves  shaped a certain sense of feeling over real and imaginary; while airy and serene colors introduce the soul and spirit of this apartment. All these materials and delicate textures engage you in an enchanting space that soothes your mind. With the hopes to create enlargement, we decided to recreate the scene by breaking down original walls then alter it widely-opened. We placed a little study nook next to the window so the residents can work there yet still being with families.The kitchen island is one of the main point echoing to our concept. That is often perceived as heavy and solid; in terms of this project, we reversed the sensation by featuring arched streamline and approach of single-leg structure. The arched silhouette  would generate a smoother path. On the other side of the single-leg is a white cabinet with a wave-like appearance, achieving the goal of form and function. All together to spread a free, light, floating vibes.


 


In the Ne-On house, we poured our inspirations from the second rainbow, with a genuine wish that whether today is good or bad, when you see rainbow you see hopes.


 


Project | NE_ON


Area | 134 Sqm


Design Office | NestSpace Design


Designer | Jun-Cheng Yeh, Chun-Ting Yeh


Location | Taoyuan, Taiwan


Photography | ​Hey!Cheese

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    During the design process, we came up with the idea from a simple theory of the second rainbow, a phenomenon that is not often to see. Encouraged by the low-key, misty color palette, we thought we could use its element into the interior, creating some kind of intimacy between people and color. Through the invisible power of colors, we hope to achieve a goal of cultivating closer interactions and opening a dialogue about an ideal way of living for urban-dwelling residents.   Under the...

    Project details
    • Year 2020
    • Work finished in 2020
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Apartments / Interior Design
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