Application Research of the "Undefined Blank Space Design Method" in Residential Interior Design - A Case Study of Interior Space Design in a Residential Community in Wuhan
Keywords:Blank Space; Undefined Blank Space; Residential Interior Design; Individual Value; Spatial Flexibility.
In China's intensive urban development and the post-pandemic era, the value of residential housing is increasingly emphasized. However, capital constraints limit the spatial requirements of residential interiors, leading to repetitive constructions lacking individual value and spatial flexibility. This study intervenes in space by expanding the traditional concept of "blank space" through empirical design research on the interior of a residential community in Wuhan. We propose a compact residential space design method based on the "undefined blank space" concept, aiming to coordinate the interior space hierarchy of commodity housing and diverse individual demands. Results highlight that the removal of non-load-bearing walls maximizes the individuality and flexibility of space. Variable combined blank interfaces enable the space to fit multiple usage scenarios. The use of transparent materials can blur spatial boundaries to make it more open. Physical blank spaces and spiritual needs must be combined to truly achieve individual demands.
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