Cat Walk

  • Prize
    Winner in Interior Design Apartment
  • Company/Firm
    Jai Dian Interior Design
  • Lead Designer
    Chih-Chia Hung
  • Other Designer(s)
    Ting-Ting Huang
  • Photo Credit
    HO_SE photography
  • Location
    Taichung City, Taiwan
  • Project Date

Curved lines form the space's main axis, and arch-like "cat holes" shape the home. Minimalist design merges light, shadow, and smooth lines for a natural, flowing home that accommodates humans and cats.

Inspired by love for cats, this design prioritizes human-pet compatibility. Merging cat paths with functionality, it uses arcs, geometric sequences, and clean white curved lines. Concave and convex elements add depth and warmth, and arcs, circles, and arches unify spatial details. The dining room has a curved wall, circular handles, and ceiling arc elements with light strips for a soft atmosphere. Beams define living and study areas, while curved half-walls connect spaces and maintain visual openness. Vertical wall spaces accommodate cat needs with cave-like structures. The study has a shared couch and cat holes. The dressing room features an arched door and double glass doors for privacy. The design considers long-term living aspects, hiding cat feeding and waste areas, and using environmentally friendly, easy-to-clean paint.

Balancing quality and eco-friendliness, this design fosters harmony between humans and pets, maintaining distance in a shared space.