This project locates on a higher floor with windows on the side. (In Taipei) Everyday comes with a new surprise given by nature. Sunlight penetrates into the room and overlaps with the space, just as sparkling as opening a treasure box. Blending with the environments, natural light extends into the room and integrates harmoniously with the living room. On the wall facing the sun, various types of materials are used for splicing, where the aesthetics of the materials is presented through refraction. By integrating metal, shades of leather, and grey mirrors in the living room, artistic paintings are taken to a new level. Alongside the changes of light and shadow, the wall presents a luxurious appearance. The public area locates at the center of the house. The ceiling defines the boundaries between public and private spaces. The dining area is separated by the strips on the ceiling and the walkway. All in all, the lines on the ceiling align with each other, just like using huge rectangles to divide different spatial areas. The rectangular marble wall connects the bathroom door in the living room, and the cozy reading area is designed with semi-curved wooden grilles, fireplace light, as well as indirect lighting. The private bedroom is at the end of the walkway. An artistic painting with strong visual impression constitutes the door of the bedroom and separates the public and private areas. In the public area, the painting serves as decorative arts, while it directs one to personal spaces as soon as the door is opened. The bed is placed in line with natural lighting. Dim light emitting by the gaps in the ceiling and the pendant lights creates warm and comfortable atmosphere. The semi-curved design of the walk-in closet appears to be a collection box in the bedroom. Finally, the wall in the bathroom is spliced with mosaics into an ink wash painting. One may imagine as if bathing in the nature, overlooking the astonishing scenery outside the window.