A brief sojourn is based in Southern Taiwan, imagined from the lifestyle concept of travelling and being hospitable, and breaks the mould of typical residential design by combining the spaces for a bar, socializing, and travelling. Using diverse crossovers between space, material, circulation and exchange, it allows the sojourn from north to south to live out a span of freedom and beauty that is different to before.
Starting from the concept of travelling and being hospitable: in addition to satisfying everything and all you need in a brief period of time, it also creates more space and dimension so that each year, each sojourn is different to the daily life. A completely different living space that can hold more moving moments, more times with friends, more exchanges and socializing, so that this sojourn will bring a different experience to your life, relaxing and fulfilling your heart and soul.
By treating the living room, restaurant, kitchen and guest room as a common open space, each space meets the design of exchange, is independent yet streaming. The restaurant combines an island, a bar, and a high bar table for multiple guests with the kitchen. The guest room utilizes a bunk design for six-people, with independent privacy curtain, light and power source, so that guests have a comfortable but independent space for resting. A spinning partition can easily broaden the guest room space by directly linking up with the living room, thus expanding, increasing the time and space spent together.
Application of base materials
Using over a dozen base materials and outdoor construction materials that has different temperatures and textures, a unique living space is weaved out of the diversity to match the human touch and traces of being lived in. The hollowed-out element of outdoor hollow bricks is also used as the base material for partitioning the bathroom from the main bedroom.
Guiding the light into the lightless bedroom allows the presence of natural lighting in the normally gloomy bedroom.
Ubekon stone, architectural concrete, cultured stone, black bricks, wood-grain bricks, wire netting, wooden floor, cornerstone, iron pieces, solid wood grass-planting bricks, and hollow bricks.