Flowing into the Boundless Realm: Poem of Rain
Residential interiorShang Yih Interior Design Co., Ltd.
Old houses in Taiwan usually feature single-sided lighting. To resolve the sense of oppression of such narrow houses, the 2nd-floor slab on the daylight side has been pushed back to create a 7-meter elevated structure. Each floor is an open space that uses a lot of glass, as well as the penetrating metal stairs and air bridge that create a lithe flow line of light and air. To recreate the raining scene beloved of the owner, a karesansui water bowl is positioned in the lobby, where single infinite ripples are rendered from water droplets.