Taipei City-based architectural practice, ATELIERII, have designed the interior of Residence Chang project. The luxury apartment can be found in Taipei City, Taiwan.
According to the designers: “The original house was simply rebuilt. The only thing that was left after the demolition was the structure. New large windows and a small balcony were added to the house to extend the interior views. The interior design included a series of modern white spaces including a new master bedroom, bath and dressing area. The continuous paving, walls and new wooden carpentry, all in white, are common elements all through the house, giving light and serving as a common thread throughout the different spaces.”
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