Taipei Apartment, Zhuwei: Blue Eye, eye of the ocean. An inspiration, a small idea, like a drop on the ocean, spreads and accumulates and finally forms a perfect picture. The concept originates from the ocean.
The Filter Life brand specializing in water dispenser production and sales was given a new younger and more fashionable image. Waterfrom Design transforms the perspective of space in the 30-year factory as if it were water.
With the theme of “Viewing Half-Earth through Taichung’s Ecology”, Discovery Pavilion advocates to preserve half of our planet for other species, and reinterpret the ecology of Dajia River. Designed by Cogitoimage International Co., Ltd.
Contemporary Taiwan building design by architect Mei-Lin Hsu: Square Tai Cha Store promoting high quality tea culture alongside a mountain road.
Symbiotic House is located in the center of farm in Yilan, Taiwan. The house owner is an advocate of nature. So, C.H.I. Design Studio took the spirit of the old saying as the main concept – “one step one footprint”.
Aedas-designed Commercial Bank Headquarters Project in Taichung, Taiwan, wins WAF Commercial Mixed-use – Future Projects category at World Architecture Festival Awards.
Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute designed The KCI headquarters which is located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. It was constructed adjacent to a 30-meter road providing office, conference, and warehousing space.
The MEPM Lab Team has won third prize with their proposal for the Recrystallization Power Plant in Taiwan. As a result of economic development in Taiwan, more and more power is needed by metropolitan and industrial users.
The Din-a-ka was a distinct cultural and architectural feature in the early days of Taiwan’s agrarian society. It was the place for social exchanges in rural areas. Wei Yi International Design Associates designed this 160 sqm space displaying an abundant variety of materials.
KCI Group Headquarters Offices, Kaohsiung City, by Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute – office, conference & warehousing space. Facing a busy road, a suspended moulded wall was installed to reduce the impact of the hustle and bustle outside.
Relying on Mecanoo’s 30-years urban planning experience, the design for the Taichung Green Corridor in Taiwan will shape a people-oriented green corridor, complementing the Green River’s waterfront.
Design: C.Y. Lee & Partners, architects. CTBUH 2016 Performance Award: In 2004 Taipei 101 became the tallest building in the world at 449m high with antenna at 509m, thus beating Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Towers.
Mecanoo’s Social Housing philosophy focuses on the development of affordable living spaces defined by flexibility, the right balance of private and communal spaces, mixed housing types, connection with the environment and identity: Kaohsiung Social Housing by Mecanoo, Netherlands
Piaoliang Hair Studio occupies the ground floor of a residential apartment building, typical of is Taipei location. Designed by Jackie Chen, to maximise the functional space available for the salon.
Design by Mecanoo – as a main arrival point for travellers, the station building sets a new stage for the city’s spirit, values and identity. Arriving from the underground train and metro platforms, the central hall is a sunken plaza that unfolds underneath a bright ceiling of oval-shaped lights.
Design: Richard Meier & Partners. This condo tower developed by Fubon Land will be a luxury residential building and is intended to become a modern landmark that captures the essence of the new and growing urban context of Taichung, Taiwan.
What is home? In addition to being a safe haven, it is a place that accommodates and extends all kinds of possibility and happiness. Besides meeting requirements of basic “living” function.
The Taichung Intelligence Operations Center designed by architect Elizabeth de Portzamparc officially designated a winning project. Showcase of the technology and sustainability, architectural symbol thought as a real vertical neighborhood.