As far as minimal architecture is concerned, we are used to monochromatic houses and apartments, where white dominates and only rarely is complimented by accents in black or any other neutral hue. However, it not always is the case. The beautiful suite in Taipei, Taiwan, is the perfect example of how vibrant colours can be used to give an interior a punch of freshness and make it more vivid.
The apartment used to have numerous partitions that significantly reduced the living space. Ganna Design, architects behind the renovation, removed them and replaced with flexible boards to be used as doors. As a result, the suite became airy and roomy. The designers had painted the walls light gray as the background for colorful accessories and furniture. Yellow, orange, red, green, and blue appliances and movable cabinets seem to pop up and infuse freshness into the apartment, making the interior warmer and more accessible at the same time.
The furniture and accessories such as kitchen lamps draw attention, too. They sport either completely irregular or geometrically correct design that exudes modernity and levity. There are also simplistic tables and chairs, and unusual, but interesting touches in the form of vintage chests in the living room and a narrow bookshelf incorporated into one of corners.