Kaohsiung residents, like most urban dwellers, are cut off from the natural environment. Kaohsiung Shui Shui envelops visitors within winding, twisting free-form concrete walls, measuring 18- and 36-meters long.
The exhibition for the Department of Education plan for art and design education, echoes the basics in Taiwanese art classes, bringing the focus to one of the most basic of all art mediums: paper.
This smoothly curved big-hat-like building is built in the park of Aranya district, which is aiming for a simple and fine lifestyle resort community for along Gold Coast. The site is adjacent to the sand dune formed by sea breezes after a long period. The design’s inspiration comes from a gentle breeze from the sea.
A group of stubborn people, eager to have a master key, unlock the world’s confusion, from the vast universe to the dust, constantly repeat new ideas, and finally, with a stroke to outline a touchable utopia, one can achieve Real ideal country.
The clubhouse, which is located near the sea, inspires the designers to use ‘sea’ as the main theme of this design. When someone thinks of the sea, first thing that comes into mind must be blue.
Designers make the public space of AX enterprise into a share place of environmental, natural and artistical. The transformation and extension of the original architectural structure make space more sculptural, which full of sensibility of art.
Zhi Art Museum is situated in the plant Building. Interlinking different public spaces within the park, Zhi Art Museum connects people in the aspects of work. By means of exhibitions, trainings, lectures and forums, it brings tight connection between art culture and people’s life, acting as a communication platform for multi-arts and multi-cultures.
Carved into a dune along the coast of northern China’s Bohai Bay, the UCCA Dune Art Museum gently disappears beneath the sand. Simple, pure, and touching, the museum’s organic, cave-like concrete forms are a return to primal and timeless forms of space.
Le Petit Prince House is designed for two generations under one roof. Between each horizontal or vertical layer, you can peer through the “real” space to find cracks and crevices that create an illusion of deep valleys — offering a glimpse into “virtual” space.
As part of the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale, Hong Kong House is an art gallery and an artist residence aims to facilitate cultural exchange between Hong Kong artists and local residents. The design team respectfully integrates Hong Kong House into this peaceful neighborhood by generating simple form and using locally-sourced materials.