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Taipei, Taiwan – Ganna Studio
The challenge… a small home owned by two designers both wanting to work from home! The need to be able to separate the working areas from the ‘home’ areas, while retaining a sense of space, was considered paramount.
The architects achieved the separation by using a series of embossed, swiveling panels to close off the workspace from the dining are and kitchen.
Heavy curtaining is used to provide additional privacy for the sleeping area.
Timber floors and worktops introduce nature and a softness into an otherwise concrete environment.
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