Fengshui, which considers that structure, environment and human being have to live in a constructive synergy in a harmonious manner, is topography from China. For the appliance of Fengshui is visible in daily life activity, the homeowner thinks that Fengshui application in his house will implicate the improving of living eminence for the entire member of the house; that is according to the belief.
The architect tried to apply unconventional architecture too to the structure despite the major base for deciding the area of the entire house that is FengShui. Thus, the house has both aesthetic and functional values.
The already made Fengshui master calculations consider the house zoning entirely. In order that architecture and Fengshui can tie in a so-called ‘dialogue’, the architect’s job is just to interpret and completing them into architectural codes.
Yet simple and posses a great character as well. The architects desired to draw both of these terms into his design.
The front of the building normally includes line-emphasized geometric flat in horizontal and vertical manner as well. The wood lattice application on the top deck softens the vast flats then fused with glass material.
Air circulation and lighting is maximally optimized for the interior. There is a skylight beside the staircase presenting a dramatic impression to anyone on the stairs. The dining room that obtains light from the skylight via the floor made up glass located above it uses the same method as well. Architecture code makes an appearance like shades caused by the architectural element made by the architect and the details on the third storey, alongside the sleeping room passage in particular.
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