Say hi to the future by rediscovering stories throughout history!
There is a endless night which is long as 20 years. We stay and praise dark and star. Furthermore,we even hope to keep the night forever.
Spiral Pavilion is a semi-open space made of cardboard with beautiful curves and stools, where it becomes a place to brainstorm and interact with each other.
1.2km of recycled paper is used for remembering the past of this once important historical site of papermaking- Chung Hsing Paper Factory. It is a celebration of what was once here, and to bring back memories to the neighborhood, allowing the paper to once again come to life, this time not as a plane, but a space that can be experienced and interacted.
Happier Café redefines the idea of community as a shared, ever-growing project. The design wanted to have a life in the community beyond its exhibition time. Using the customer’s interaction to physically alter the space inverts the typical interactive experience.
The former Taipei Railway workshop has been made into an observatory to the site and the process of its conversion. Not only, but also an exhibition and a spatial experience were installed finally creating a meeting point between the heritage site and the public space of the city.
Ink art, or Chinese brush painting, is a unique Eastern art, which depicts nature in abstract manner. Chinese garden design, in the other hand, is the spatial reinterpretation and reconstruction of landscape in physical form.
Aesthetic experience sharing and promoting is the most important task of this classrom interior Design. Combine art and tech conflict and association, we want to build a different environment for space of poblic establishments. hope to rebuild the imagination of Industrial Arts Workshop for all the students.
Taiwan is a mountainous island, with diverse climates ranging from sparse tips of high altitude mountains to ecological hotspots of coastal wetlands.
The overflowing faint red light from the box of memory raises the vision to 3000 meters high, gazing at the mountains as visitors walk counter-clockwise, presenting a birds-eye view of the land of Taiwan.