Returning home means to relax the mood, slow down the pace, condense the thoughts, and rejuvenate the soul. The spatial atmosphere is created by alternating lights and shades as well as adopting changes in brightness and darkness. Different kinds of spaces are created with materials that vary in ruggedness, fineness, and depth to present the flow of mind. Finally, the vision is guided by the dynamic and tilted lines to come and stop at the still, horizontal patterns as spatial logic takes form. Transitions between different contexts are connected by these dynamic and static designs. The trio of lights and shades, materials, and lines are blended to create a “corridor of encounter,” connecting open spaces with pathways that allow free movement. The green plants and layers of arrangements remove complexities from the outside world and bring back a peaceful and relaxed mood.