With natural wooden material, the space is cozy and comfortable, full of warmth and the atmosphere of humanity. The entrance of the house is designed in a delicate, elegant style, welcoming the guests silently and gently, and also serves as the channel connecting different spaces, creating the fascinating feeling of getting lost inside the Canadian forest. Paintings on the walls―with their bold structures and angles, and the extraordinary atmosphere―depicting the river view outside the window and the longing for peace inside the house.
Design Director: Angelo Cho
Project Director: Nomas Chen
Project Team: : Rosie Lo
Photographer: Angelo Cho
The natural lights inside and outside the house are harmoniously connected. The glass wall of the fireplace is like a door, and the screen in the living room is like a wall, all together providing an opened horizontal space without boundaries. The combination of modern white walls and the wooden texture presents a sense of fascinating harmony.
A piece of glass, a piece of wood and a ring of fire to serve as the walls in the living room. “Wall” does not necessarily have to be an actual “wall”―what is interpreted is the dialogue between the space and the people living inside the space..
The house itself should be able to tell the stories of feelings and memories, and contain deeper cultural contents in life.