Taiwan based Ganna Studio completed the development of an elegant and minimalist apartment. The designers reduced partitions by using flexible boards as doors, which allows a living space without borders while defining layers of space. Materials, lighting and texture exhibit a spatial impression of natural and minimal. Designers gave the residence a neutral color associated with grey, because owners selected some colorful furniture to decorate their house. However, sometimes the residence reveals a sense of brightness and freshness through the bold colors employed.
The most eye-catching design element is the aquamarine cabinet in the master room. Fluorescent green and orange were used for the guest bathroom. Decorative molding panels with color tinted create a delight expression. Who says classical elements cannot be used in minimalist interior design schemes? With appropriate use of colors and elements, different styles can speak the same language. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Ganna Studio]