This is a renovation of an over 20-year-old indoor space, with an area of 22 square meters, to accommodate a family of four. The goal was to create a happy home where children can grow up with enough space, freedom, and independence.
The entire space layout has been modified, breaking away from the original framework and turning the layout at a 45-degree angle to create a more open and fluid space. The entrance has gained more storage and organization, allowing for more storage of children’s shoes and belongings. The connection between the kitchen and dining room has also been strengthened, allowing for more interaction between family members while doing housework.
This approach not only makes the space look larger but also enhances family members’ interaction and communication.
The space is dominated by warm wooden tones, creating a cozy atmosphere. The new home will be a secret base for the girls, where they can play, read, and do homework. As the children grow up, the space can be flexibly changed to meet their increasing needs.
This home will be a collaborative creation process for parents and children, accompanying them through their growth journey. Their imagination will be reflected throughout the space, from the color scheme to the soft furnishings and decorations. Every detail showcases their imagination and expectations for the home.”