Yuan Heng Interior Design
Harmony between Past and Present
Taipei City, Taiwan
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In this private club, the narrow and long building form is separated horizontally with the centre as the axis, adopting two-way symmetrical design. The spatial layout is smooth and eclectic, containing a wine-tasting area, wine-storage area, banquet hall, Tripitaka library and a small relaxation area. The interior design is based on the theme of Buddhist classics and oriental style, fused with a unique, modern geometrically-cut light-belt design, showing a symbiosis of vintage and modern styles. The unique electric mechanism takes guests inside a hidden paradise featuring a sophisticated and luxurious spatial atmosphere which demonstrates the beauty of layers and variations.
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