AworkDesign.studio designed this modern apartment in Taipei, Taiwan for a newly married couple who were looking to have some flexibility with the spaces. Large windows fill the living spaces with natural light, balancing the darker furnishings that form the decor.
The apartment feels like a loft with minimal walls and a fairly subtle color palette of brown, grey, and white. On top of those tones, other colors were brought in in small amounts.
There was once a wall between the study and living room, but that was removed to create more open space.
Track lighting extends from the living room to the dining room on one continuous, rectangular track.
The dining room, with its cement walls, is situated beside the living room and houses a solid oak dining table and wooden shelves.
While they desired an open layout, they also wanted privacy for the master bedroom. A wall separates two openings that lead into the bedroom. The retractable doors can remain hidden when they want the visual lines to remain intact or pulled shut when they want to close the space off.
Photos by Sam.