Tang, chung-han

Award-winning Designer from Taiwan (China)

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Tang, chung-han

Tang, chung-han


Meet Tang, chung-han - a powerhouse of good design, creativity and innovation based in Taiwan (China). Tang, chung-han's design journey has been nothing short of spectacular, marked by a tireless pursuit of excellence. This dedication is clearly mirrored in Tang, chung-han's impressive haul of 6 A' Design Awards that we showcase here. Spanning across categories such as Interior, Tang, chung-han's work stands as a living testament to a steadfast commitment to design excellence, serving as a beacon of inspiration for designers globally. With each project, Tang, chung-han masterfully blends form and function, crafting designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional and timeless. This approach underscores Tang, chung-han's celebration of creativity and an unyielding quest for innovation.

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Yan's House, Shenyang Residential by Tang, chung-han
Yan's House, Shenyang Residential
Yan's House, Shenyang Residential
The color plan of the whole space considers the characteristics of the material, emphasizing the light and shadow, the material and the details, so that the high-level gray becomes into a special style. The technique of the space treatment is based on the understanding of the building and of the human being, forming the great stylistic features for this building.
Yan's House, Shenyang
Stream Interior Design by Tang, chung-han
Stream Interior Design
Stream Interior Design
In such a model space, we try to present a space symbolizing the quality of life, recovery, healing and sedimentation. In the dark sub level, the introduction of skylight into the room not only satisfies the functions of life, but also the imagination of life. Return to essential experience Expand life perception With the moderate light, precipitation space Using grille, light and shadow, stone skin Collision between materials, cutting of different widths The tension and texture Simplify the complexity, divide it into lines and present it in plane.
Inspace Design Showroom by Tang, chung-han
Inspace Design Showroom
Inspace Design Showroom
The use of glass wall partitions divide the space into lines of movement, vision, and spatial sequence, creating a sense of layering and penetration in the space, and laying out the spatial sequence; strengthens the spatial hierarchy and attributes. Everything comes from nature and is planted on the earth. Wood, stone, metal, glass, leather, fabric and more are the best gifts that nature gives to human being.
Inspace Design
Light and Blue Residential by Tang, chung-han
Light and Blue Residential
Light and Blue Residential
In the space, designers try to liberate the modeling symbols so that the pure wall relations and light changes form the system in the design and satisfy the field spirit of life. The boundary is blurred through the stacking of color blocks and the mirror effect, and the floating space feeling is experienced in the reflection extension feeling; Lamps and lanterns are arranged according to the arrangement sequence of the original building pipelines, so that the shape of the pipelines can also become a readable design framework in the ceiling system.
Light and Blue
Hou's house, Taipei Residential by Tang, chung-han
Hou's house, Taipei Residential
Hou's house, Taipei Residential
The spatial experience takes balanced extension as the focus of the spatial layout. We put the original complex building structure into a readable modeling relationship through the elements of mirror, floating plate and light. We fully unfolded the indoor horizontal window opening flour, allowing the public field and the private field to effectively connect and flow through the sliding door relationship, while conveying the best light and scenery in the indoor space.
Hou's house, Taipei
Traveler’s Home Residential by Tang, chung-han
Traveler’s Home Residential
Traveler’s Home Residential
The outer tier is entryway and hallway, the second tier is dining table, and the third and fourth tiers are bedroom and bathroom. Three white houses are laminated together. The big opens scatter on the wall are used to introduce light from surrounding and sky, allowing mutual penetration among the subjects and breaking the lines between spaces. The “box inside box” idea is adopted to have four layers in different sizes to inlay each other.
Traveler’s Home

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