Sometimes the best solutions are the ones that are simple. With the minimalism trend sweeping designers and home owners off of their feet across the globe, less is indeed more and that is true right now than ever before. Uncomplicated and ergonomic form has been a key element of Asian design even before it was picked up and improved upon by architects from different parts of the world.
Shaped by Fertility Design, this lovely contemporary apartment in the heart of bustling Taiwan exudes this philosophy while integrating interesting and at times contrasting textural and visual elements.
The interiors are polished, elegant and tranquil thanks to the use of materials and surfaces in sleek and well defined lines. The clever us of glass to cover the wardrobes ensures that the limited space available looks a lot larger visually and hence there is a spacious feel inside. Wood and stone have been used predominantly and the easy neutral shades along with a dash of fresh green plant life in every room really gives the home a vibrant touch.
The furry carpets, the soft couch and the inviting bed add a beautiful variation to the otherwise hard surfaces that are present all around. There is a very elegant and comfortable work space, a master bedroom that with stylish décor and a small balcony make this a sanctuary that helps its residents escape the busy life of Taiwan and relax freshness abound.