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A Taipei House Designed for Toy Building and Collections

With just 50 square meters (538 square feet) to work with, KC design studio got creative for this apartment in the Wanli District, just on the outskirts of Taipei. Designed for two creative people, the interior had to accommodate their shared love of toy collecting and LEGO building with plenty of display space and room to build their figures.

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The interior reflects a mix and match style which combines different materials, contrasting tones, and various textures.

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The new design incorporated their personal antique pieces of furniture, while adding modern elements throughout.

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A large bank of grey closets runs along one wall of the apartment providing the modest residence with plenty of storage.

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Adding extra square footage, a mezzanine area houses the bedroom above a bathroom and entry hall.

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