Project Tag: france

以斜角編寫的生活流程 - DOM

這是位於圖爾市中心的一個公寓項目,改造的目的是為了在空間中注入靈魂,以樸實和簡單的手法發揮其最大的空間感,設計師拆除了廚房,客廳和餐廳之間的所有分區,將它們結合成為一個多功能的大區域,房間減少了,天然光進入並照耀整個區域,在一個大區域中體驗不同的生活模式。

By C

[黑色山景] - Apartment XIV

項目地點: 法國 巴黎 完工日期: 2015 項目面積: 約80平方米 這是屬於三個家庭成員的住宅單位,一對小夫婦和他們的愛犬。單位的樓齡是非常的老,有差不多150年了,法國的建築也保養得不錯。這對小夫婦對他們的住屋環境也有一些自己的意見,所以設計師和他們溝通過後,就大膽地以山形的設計融入該單位內,為這個原本非常傳統的巴黎式住宅帶來全新衝擊。 

By C

How the Landscape of Architecture and Interior Design Changed Through History and Social Media

Experience is the end goal to interior design. What makes In Situ and Partners in such high demand not only in the field of retail but F&B (food and beverages) is Yacine Bensalem’s (the founding partner of the company) multidisciplinary training, having first trained as an architect and then an interior designer. Only half a century ago, these two disciplines were one entity, both enclosed within another. But in May 1968, the French protests for emancipation, freedom and equality of rights took place. The driving force behind this lay in the frustrations from French University students. Amongst them were a group of architecture students at the famed École des Beaux-Arts that recognized that the architecture of the time reflected oppression and despotism. One of the outcomes from the revolt was to extract architecture as a standalone discipline from the school, which was considered a noble art, a domain which focused on building for human beings and society.
Today the separation in disciplines is not as politically imminent and the two have reconciled as complements. Although they are interlaced, architecture and interior design still have different elements. Yacine explains, “In architecture you look at the overall picture, you work at a much larger scale. There is still a sensitive part to it but it’s not as pronounced as interiors. I think interiors first of all you are working at a human scale meaning that the end user is really experiencing the space from a sensitive perspective”, elaborating further, he describes what interior design is really about. "Lighting, atmosphere, visual circulation, texture, materials, touch… all the senses are involved, even smell is involved. Let’s say you work with a certain type of wood parquet, it will involve the olfactive factor as each type is different. For the touch factor, walking barefoot on marble is not the same as walking barefoot on parquet or carpet; touching a wall that has a wood finish is different from all the other finishes". The difference between the two disciplines according to Yacine, lies here.
Moving into the topic of more current events, I ask Yacine what he thinks about the present landscape in interior design and if social media has an impact. He tells me that one thing people have to understand is that interior design and all other fields that lie in the creative arts sector is the same as fashion, there are trends. Fashion however is much faster as it is based on seasons. With interior design there are tendencies and larger shifts such as the move from brutalism to minimalism to ultra-minimalism. As an example he highlights the popularity of New York industrialist style that took hold a few years ago in Hong Kong. He is appreciative of how Instagram has made interior design much more affordable, available and accessible for information and inspiration. “There’s good in it, it sharpens an aesthetic sensitivity” but on the flipside “when it’s all the same, it becomes an aesthetic dictatorship”.
By Fiona Ma

[空間內也可進行的紋身藝術]-Koï

項目地點: 法國
項目面積: 300平方米
說到日本的文化代表,除了可愛的和服之外,其實紋身也擁有自己的一套。可能關係到紋身的,大家一定會聯想到一些反面或壞的東西,但換一個角度去看,紋身亦可以是一種不平凡的藝術,甚至稱得上是一種美學。這間位於法國南部的艾克斯的日式餐廳-Koï,名稱意思為錦鯉,設計靈感就是來自紋身的圖案作插圖,餐廳裡亦有不少類似的圖案,配合餐廳主題之餘,餐廳濃濃的文化氣息也湧現了出來,栩栩如生的圖案讓人感震撼和壯觀。
黑白為配色的紋身圖案包圍著整個餐廳的牆身、地板和天花板,例如一些魚、龍及花等等的的圖案,亳無留白的環境讓人很容易被帶進日系的氛圍,感覺破格而且文化象徵突出。
 
雖然背景是暗黑色為主,但設計師在天花板和牆身連接的地方加了一個隱藏式燈槽,使畫面變得較為沒有這麼單調,亦略略帶有神秘感。
 
吧枱配合紅色的金屬椅子帶有微微工業風,奪目的紅色突出到設計師大膽破格的風格和態度,和天花板上的紋身圖案莫名地相襯。鎢絲燈泡加強工業風的感覺,和暖的光線使氣氛舒適。
 
具有日式風格的長木椅和牆上的紋身圖案壁畫完全沒有違和感,兩者直接融合,另外畫中也有燈槽照亮,與入口有互相和應外,主題亦不會被遺忘。而且這樣簡單乾淨的空間與入口複雜的佈景有強烈對比,前者會相對地沒這樣大的壓迫感,適合用餐的環境。
 
從另一角度來觀察,一邊是充滿日式風格的設計,另一邊廂卻帶有工業風而且較為時尚的格調,這樣的對比讓人看到兩個截然不同的個性,色彩的對比和裝潢都各有特色,視覺上的效果很豐富。
 
木質的牆身與桌子跟紅色的椅子看起來更有工業味道,用餐的位置分上下兩層,透明的玻璃使上層的室外環境一目了然,空間感變大,而且自然光的透射令環境更自然和穿透感很足夠。
 
牆身的鯉魚圖案有與主題相應,不會格格不入,純白色的餐桌和椅子用色較為單調,因此不會蓋過鮮紅色的圖案,反而令它更顯眼,成為空間中的主角。
 
DLUFF Designer Comment:
設計成功帶出強烈的日本文化,而且配色和材質的運用亦能夠配合和互相襯托得到,插圖充滿藝術感,同時呈現濃厚日本風格,空間設計令人印象深刻。
Photo credit: florent joliot
By Tsz Kwan Lai
23/07/2018 09:49:57 +08:00