今周刊報導 – 藝瓦李淑惠，以共有空間為設計中心，凝聚幸福住宅的印記 / “Weekly Report – Ewa’s Li Shuhui, states that the key to a happy home is how the space can be shared, which is determined very much by the layout and design.
Weekly Report 2017.06.28 states that, “”The home is a castle where souls reside. An open concept space is ideal in keeping the family tightly net together, especially when it comes to keeping both the livingroom and kitchen open. By doing so, the women won’t feel locked in one corner of the house, rather the husband, children and wife will all sense a feeling of warmth and interaction. Li Shuhui is a strong advocate of creating open concept spaces, by knocking down the dividing walls in our house.
The body is like a house , the heart is the decore, radiating light and beautiful warmth. A heart that pursues excellence will conceve works of fine art.
The overall space in a home is fixed, but the magical possibilities of utilizing this space can break such barriers, and extend one’s life. “”As a child, my mother often shifted the decore of our house, creating an interest in living space for all the household members. This slowly ignited passion for interior design within me. Li Shuhui presence gives hope to creating a home full of love.
Open concept space gives way to creating an atmosphere of space with out barriers and warmth.
“”A well designed open concept space will allow people to fully relax in the house and feel content. At the end of a long ardious day, relaxing is such a space allows for peace of mind.””
Lishuhui talks about her design concepts. For example, her latest work “”Art park””, faces the first row of luxury houses in the Museum of Art. So, it is possible to have a view of Chaishan and the Museum lake. The conditions are one of a kind. She totally achieved ultimate beauty by design along with added-value and spectacular effects. the reflection of the lake on the floor portrays the image of a smiling mountain, with a film of fresh mist creting a foggy haze. Fent’s design can give a glimpse of Li Shuhui’s thoughtful blueprint to act as a release of psychological pressure.
This project is a scene that encompases what can represent the essence of Li Shuhua’s design. Once the open concept space is achieved by opening up both the livingroom and kitchen, then the family can sit and enjoy the space together, doing what they love the most, either relaxing on the sofa gazing out the window and admiring the beautiful scenery, or reading the news paper, or setteling the mind by meditating. No longer is the family seperated, children and husband in one room waiting for dinner to be served, to only then join together for a meal. Instead, the children’s favorite enjoy their favorite books or toys in the livingroom, while talking to mother who is in the kitechen preparing dinner. Or, they can meander over to the bar style counter top, and sit on a bar stool to drink their favorite drink or even help mom with food preperations. In such an environment, the family can interact and feel each other’s warmth and companionship continually.