DNA邸內設計 | 150㎡，杭州現代風格住宅設計
DNA | 空間輾轉隨光而動
This project is a 150m² apartment located in Hangzhou. The biggest change in this project is to demolishthe wall of the two bedrooms with poor lighting in the north. After the integration of the corridor space,a spacious square space volume is formed, at the same time, the amount of light is also greatly increased. We converted it into the living room, which greatly changed the original spatial relationship and the livingline. In addition, by transforming the master room into a guest room, this design method adds a separate storage space to the living room. Inner package north balcony designed Chinese and western hutch zoning; a series of measures such as the dry wet zoning of toilet will improve the configuration of residential further promotion.
∇ Before 改造前
∇ After 改造後
The space expresses concise and lively vision and the use of materials pursues coherence and clarity. Thewarm stone texture of the wall and the natural walnut grain on the top surface divide the two main areasof the space.
The opposite of the rich material is a large area of white space, which eases the line of sight, and alsoenhances the spatial contrast to highlight the primary and secondary distinctions.
The original load-bearing wall cut off the living and dining room, produced stiff spatial relations. In order to meet the office use of the house-owner, the study room is placed on the side of the living room, horizontally extending towards the dining table, which plays a role in integrating multiple functions and blurring the space boundaries.
The view from the living room, where the line of sight stays, various functional areas are stacked on the facade.
The areas of the living room, dining room, and kitchen are interconnected without interfering.
The original north balcony was transformed into a space of western-style kitchen, undertook the excessive space between dining room and kitchen, and the space of original kitchen was greatly expanded.
With two simple materials white and wood are used to express the quietness of the bedroom, and a strong sense of lines is used to further depict the details of the outline.
The growth and changes of children are complicated and the layout of furniture often changes. There is not too much design theme in the children’s room and plenty of sunlight is the best color.