Spring Pool Glass Studio, providing Spring Pool Glass’s glass bottles, W Glass Project series products, glass course, restaurant, beverage, and also providing customized services to conduct the concept of circular economy into our usual life.
The “Kong-Ke Museum” breaks the norm of construction sites. The interior is composed of temporary materials such as scaffolds, corrugated sheets, and pallets to construct a living platform for both the site masters and the public. The reversal of space and materials defies the impression of the site master and the general public on the given field. The “Kong-Ke Museum” blurs the boundaries between scenes, functioning as a site office whilst an art museum to all walks of life.
MOEA and MOTC introduce design to public transportation. Two new routes via Suhua Highway were launched by three service providers on January 6, 2020. TDRI led the two professional design teams for the execution, targeting branding, bus exterior design, information design, and interior optimization. Through subtraction strategy, co-creation is facilitated to improve public transit experience.
Starting from the point of environmental tending, this project brings a new environmental integration system into Pingtung DaTung Senior High School. The outdoor storage of cleaning supplies and recycling units on each floor are both designed with the hope that students will be inspired to appreciate the importance of the environment and cultivate aesthetic awareness.
One-Forty Book&Host Program is for the whole migrant workers’ education in Taiwan. By delivering exclusive Mandarin learning materials, we hope that new workers who just arrived at Taiwan would be able to obtain free materials and online learning resources, as well as studying Mandarin in an easier way and deeply understanding Taiwan’s culture.
The OLD School （學老社）： #AgeRready through design is a public engagement design concept for enabling people of all ages to be inspired by what it means to get OLD and share the knowledge of “Ageing “ with each other.
Enable Foundation team co-created into four sets of OLD Drills installation with London-based designer and artist Pascal Anson since March 2019, aimed at encouraging citizens to experience and participate in how it feels “ getting old “.
Convergency – let appreciation to design talents and ideas be seen. To convey the message, light bulbs stage setting for the ceremony and programmed to be animated in convergence motion. Likewise, recyclable carton boxes pieced up the letters GDA were composed to be a hanging installation enhanced by projected animation in the exhibition. Both graphics and spatial design created an ambience for enriching visitors’ enjoyment, where creativity converge and superb designs be recognized.
”Let design be in our community and let reading be a part of our lives.” In addition to providing a space where books and knowledge are shared,”Reading In The Maze”as a comfortable and interesting outdoor reading space,individuals will find a comfy space through their sense perception and enjoy their little peaceful moments under the same sky.
With the tolerance of Mother Nature as the illumination design concept, lighting is gently decorated around the site. As the famous Chinese philosopher, Zhuang Zi once said, “There is great beauty in heaven and earth without words,”. At nightfall, illumination extended the soul of history. Everything became quiet and timeless, and the light was the Helmsman steering this magnificent boat.
“Phases of Water” is a is a public art project located in the Building of Science, National Cheng Kung University(NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan. Water, the fundamental understanding of science, is used as the concept in this project. Three phases of water are represented by geometric composition with 3 different materials. Capturing spatial characteristics from artists’ sense of environment, 3 places, as an important part of performing, are chosen in responding to the 3 phases of water.