In most designs, the space is often divided due to the different requirements of its residents, causing its use to be limited. By integrating scenery into the design concept of houses, this design breaks the boundaries of the space and between the residents, making the environment, the space and its residents exist in harmony.
Instead of being divided by solid walls, the public space is divided into several regions through its ceiling and floor designs. Simple and comfortable designs and a combination of a large area of stone tiles and texture of solid wood express the physical nature of the rocks and the plain wood grains. The beautiful scenery along the river bank outside the window and the soothing natural style indoors can make you feel like returning to nature.
To echo the boundless water bank scenery, I choose to use wood veneer with a distinct texture, which can present the characteristics of both natural and original native wood veneer, slate tiles and iron. I applied the native wood veneers three-dimensionally, then painted and paved them. I then let the pores of the wood veneers absorb paint naturally to form a texture of different shades, creating a layered look in the space.