판매용 가구를 위한 스튜디오와 전시공간이 결합된 다용도 공간을 설계하기 위한 이번 프로젝트는 36년 된 복고풍 주택을 리노베이션하는 일이다. 건물 1층이 약 11평밖에 되지 않아 좁은 정면에 채광이 충분치 않기 때문에 건물 자체의 아름다운 외관이 빛을 잃었다. 따라서 내부 계단과 거리에 접한 철제 창문, 그리고 1층 후면에 위차한 추가 판금판을 제거하였고, 외부 계단과 안뜰을 추가해 공간을 확보했다.
평면도에 건물 내 3개의 방이 모두 벽으로 분리되고 계단으로 박힌 구조였고, 전체적으로 일관성이 없었다. 스튜디오와 전시공간을 구성해야 했기에 먼저 단단한 벽을 제거하고, 옥외로 계단의 위치를 변경하여 안뜰로 빛이 들어올 수 있도록 구성하였다.
This project is a multipurpose space that combines a studio and exhibition space featuring furniture for sale. The property, a unit in a row of old townhouses, is located in Kaohsiung City's Zuoying District. The 36 year-old house has a retro, warm and inviting exterior and retains the split-level floor plan popular in the 1960s. Past occupants have made additions according to their needs, including a sheet metal shack and windows with iron grating.
Architects: HAO Design
Location: Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
Area: 36.0 m2
Project Year: 2016
The first floor of the building is 11 ping (approximately 36 square meters). It has a narrow facade and hence the interior does not let in a lot of light, obscuring the building's original beautiful exterior. We removed the interior staircase, the iron grated windows facing the street and the sheet metal shack (which was a kitchen) added to the back of the first floor. We spruced the space up by adding exterior stairs and a courtyard, in order to let the old house regain its original style and charm.
The space was originally designated as a studio and exhibition space for Japanese furniture, but because of the floor plan, the building's three rooms were all separated by solid walls and blocked by staircases. The entire space was fragmented and incoherent. First, we removed the solid walls separating the staggered floors and moved the stairs outdoors to expand the interior space of the structure so that light from the courtyard can enter. We expanded the space by using glass which allows light to penetrate freely, thus improving interactivity. Now, each space can interact with their neighbors. In order to highlight the beautiful characteristics of the townhouse, such as the circular chamfer of the windows, we used the color white as our base to create a clean, uncluttered space for exhibiting furniture.
As for the stairs, they are now the only thing connecting the individual floors. In order to add something new to climbing up and down stairs, we added a slant to the French windows on the second floor so that people will step on a triangular platform when they move outside via the exterior stairs. This also creates a livelier facade. The path through the house is strung together by the exterior stairs so occupants and visitors weave in and out, enjoying the excitement of exploring all the various boxed spaces.
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