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[轉貼] Tiny Feng Shui mobile cube – 在擠逼中給你沉思冥想的地方 人氣: 2788 回覆: 0


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Tiny Feng Shui mobile cube – 在擠逼中給你沉思冥想的地方

一個人住家不大,但又想多一點空間用來工作,甚至想要空間沉思冥想,就要絞盡腦汁。San Francisco 建築公司 SpaceFlavor 的 Tiny Feng Shui 流動立方體,八尺的立方體為風水專家 Liu Ming 所用,包含了工作、睡覺、沉思冥想的空間,主要以鋼架和夾板組成,兩日之內可以砌好,方便、簡約、實用的設計。


上層有可以泡茶或沉思冥想的地方,氣氛平靜自然



上樓上的樓梯隱藏抽屜,可用作放鞋或其他雜物



下層的前面有一個簡潔的位置讓人工作,開完全打開用自然光線照明,有一扇日色紙糊木框窗,平靜優雅




底層的另一邊有讓人睡覺的地方,裏面有一張簡單的單人床和書架



床和工作的空間都有半透明的簾可以完全關閉空間,使環境更獨立平靜

這個立方體的底部有輪,可在房內周圍移動,跟風水把床工作室等移動好方便。地方不大都可以造出多個簡約平靜的空間,使人在擠逼之中得到安寧的私人空間,不過樓底可能要高一點,香港不太多住宅適用。
Tiny Zen Living: 8 Foot Square Mobile Cube Combines Office, Bed & Meditation



Kimberley Mok
Design / Green Architecture
August 22, 2012

© Jasmine Rose Oberste
Living in a space the size of a bathroom may not be for everyone, but it sure is eye-opening and fun to see how people go ahead and actually do it -- and heck, might even inspire one to try it out too. Following up on last week's compact bathroom-kitchen-loft unit, here's a decidedly Zen-headed mobile living cube by San Francisco-based architecture and interior design firm Spaceflavor, which handily fits an office, bedroom and meditation space into a 8 foot-square footprint.

© Jasmine Rose Oberste

© Jasmine Rose Oberste
Specializing in feng shui and Bau Biologie, Spaceflavor's "Cube" was created for Liu Ming, a well-known local master of feng shui who gives classes in his home, in order to provide an extra, integrated live-work space within his 1,100 square foot loft in Oakland, California.

© Jasmine Rose Oberste
The two-storey mobile cube is informed by the feng shui concepts of yin (private/closed) and yang(public/open), a modern Zen-like expression, and by Ming's own daily patterns of meditation, work and study. Say the designers:
This mobile dwelling unit allows him to freely reconfigure the loft to suit his popular classes while securing his personal realm. The compact study and bed niches provide him a sense of coziness missing in the open industrial space. The high-capacity casters allow Ming to orient the Cube towards auspicious directions based on the Chinese lunar calendar.

© Jasmine Rose Oberste
To relocate the Cube to future spaces and minimize on-site fabrication, a steel frame and plywood components were prefabricated to fit through a standard 3-foot wide door, then assembled on-site within 48 hours. Simplified connections and building parts allow Ming to disassemble and reassemble the Cube with regular DIY tools.

© Jasmine Rose Oberste
Simplicity and efficiency are the order of the day here; with an eye for enlightened details, such as the seemingly plain ash plywood panels which were actually chosen for their particular grain pattern. A set of stairs leading to the more secluded meditation space above is hidden from view, while storage drawers are cleverly hidden in the stairs. Spatial modularity is achieved via the tatami mats that cover the floors, while privacy is bestowed through the use of translucent shoji screens, roll-down shades and acrylic sheeting.

© Jasmine Rose Oberste

© Jasmine Rose Oberste
Deliberately understated and gracefully executed, this mini-dwelling skillfully shows that small can still feel very spacious if thoughtfully done, and also if one's living patterns are consciously modified to reflect the transition. More information atSpaceflavor.
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