Taiwan is home to some of the coolest apartments in the world so it’s not surprising that when the family grows up, so does the interior design. Sort of.
This fine example by designer Manson Hsiao sports a nordic mix of clean lines paired with contemporary furniture pieces which oddly works. The hero feature of the home starts in the lounge with a stunning mason-cut stone wall with the entire entertainment system embedded into it. It a narrow lounge but it works wonders in creating space through clever ways.
Moving beyond the lounge will take you to the mother of all garages housing the owner’s Ferrari 458. We call this a stable for wild horses. The ceiling art is a piece of work in itself, featuring geometric wood panelling with contrast black strips and raw concrete walls.
If that’s not industrial enough, the bedrooms upstairs feature the same cement detailing with a more classic approach to fit out details.