Feature wall is a private home located in Taipei, Taiwan.
It was designed by May Rainong.
Feature wall by May Rainong:
“Of the apartment population in small urban areas, the percentage of homes with secondary rooms is also small, which makes maintenance-free and child-free relatively rare.
Considering the workup of the kids and how we need to always be with our little ones to drink milk or have tea, the large living room must be the simplest room that can get by with still some convenience.
Having a sofa set with books and cupboards under the coffee table is more convenient for this activity. Compared to the children’s room which needs a more structured living room, the playroom should be more relaxed, and the bookcase should be smaller.
Compared to the existing house, the playroom should be more isolated, andhaus with an additional door or wall ‘hiding’ the room behind the sofa or bed.
The door or wall hinged allows opening and closing the room to just secure the furniture. In some cases you may want to install a rule book desk and behind it a mobile chair.
Some of you may want to combine the ‘home office’ with the playroom. The configuration of the ‘home office’ can be restricted by the ‘one’ or ‘two’ different partitions on the wall.
One way of layout is to provide a more versatile living space by defining playroom units. This can be achieved by housing a variety of storage options and functioning as a mini house in the middle of the room. This living room designed by British designer TomTom is an interesting example of an emerging trend.
The combination of a sofa and a set of bookshelves clad with leather and suede provides a modern and informal living space, which can also be used as a guest room.
This living room is becoming a inspiration for homes, because it provides both a strong floor space and a dynamic modern look-through partition. The built-in low tables and benches come together as a stylish décor.
Playroom/ guest room combo can be easily accomplished by using the Breeze guest bedroom design by Med18. It is a guest bedroom which opens to the playroom/guest room and can be reduced to floor space if so desired.
If you’re looking for a solution that doesn’t take up too much space and is also not too difficult to build, then take a look at the concept created by DSDG Inc. Architecture. It’s not a playroom/home office but rather a bedroom and office comprised on a workstation.
There are also playroom ideas that can help build a more formal play area design. This bedroom by GHG Architects falls into the second category. It is actually a home office with additional functions under the staircase and also has its own private entry.
Alongside this bedroom there is a beautiful living room designed by Anne Sneed Architect and Interiors. It’s open and spacious and also has a dynamic play area for the kids.
This particular playroom is quite spacious and also has its own bathroom. Once again the designers took advantage of the space and positioned the seating at the window wall, which opens to let the kids have a quick air-base view of the surrounding landscape.
The main attraction in this playroom is probably the wall tiles. The room has everything a simple room needs. The apartment was designed by Rosea Batarova and features a spacious work area with a cozy silence zone and a gleaming wood-lit living room.
There is no doubt that the effortless combination of concrete, wood and various other materials is astoundingly successful. The visually busy minimal spaces always look different and unique.