Design Company :
Architerior , Taiwan
Yuchang Liang , Daren Cai , Mingjet Wu
The design of the pavilion for the Green Factory infuses the concept of urban life interacting with green landscapes. Here, community members can plant produce in a public garden, which acts as a green base that inspires more of the city’s residents to become urban farmers. The factory was originally a site for labor and production.
Along the spatial sequence of a linear extension, transformation, and unveiling, the Green Factory converts the form of traditional gardens into a multi-level public courtyard – a field of green living that incorporates physical labor, the transfer of knowledge, the sharing of experiences, and interactive social network links. Indeed, an alternative type of cityscape is constructed in which people can relax and enjoy a garden environment.
Its structural plate elements consist of standard building materials commonly used in Taiwan, which are converted into materials used in the construction itself. The composition of the plates creates a porous interface for interior and exterior interaction. Through the interaction between the layers and the lighting environment, the rough feel of the original material is merged with the elegant poetic space.