The key to achieving exceptional design when there is limited space is to establish an equilibrium. This interior design for a flat that measures only 33 sqm focuses on the essentials. The space has been designed with two different room heights: 3.6 and 4.2 metres. The corridor has plenty of storage space. The window by the dining table is deliberately low to ensure privacy but still create a link with the world outside. Details such as the use of wood in the main room and wooden tiles in the bathroom create a harmonious overall impression.
Statement by the Jury
The equally compact and harmonious interior design impressively demonstrates that limited living space and good design are not mutually exclusive.
Ming-De Yan & Hui-Chun Wang, Taipei City, Taiwan
FU-GE Design Integration Co., Ltd., Taipei City, Taiwan