It's always hard to be separated from your pets when you go away but not every hotel is a pet-friendly. As such, the owners of this three-story bungalow in Miaoli, Taiwan specifically sought KC Studio to transform the house into holiday villa for their family and cats. It is lined with different tones and materials to create an exclusive pink residence full of texture and taste.
The first floor, which acts as the living room and reception space, is equipped with rose gold stainless steel shelves to displaying the owner's collectables so that the space feels more playful and approachable. The kitchen space adjacent to the reception desk is full of modern patterns, and when combined with wood grain materials, it exudes a warm and comfortable feeling. The curved arch hides the exposed piping in the original layout, making the entire visual effect more clean and comfortable.
The second floor is the private domain, consisting of the main bedroom, bathroom as well as a cat ladder in the centre of the space. The design is centred around cats and the owner's movements and needs. The extensive use of glass compartments makes the space more open so that the owner can also observe the movement of the cat from the bedroom. To maintain privacy, the opaqueness of the pink glass in the bathroom can be adjusted with a remote.
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An ingenious design combining a cat ladder and work table.
A smart glass with changeable opacities is used in the bathroom space to ensure privacy.
The third floor, full of rustic modernity, creates a quiet atmosphere.
The blue sofa amongst all the pink in the first-floor living room gives the space a good contrast and lift.
Combining a marble tabletop with logs in the display area is the perfect blend of textures.