Posts Tagged ‘Taiwan’
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Article source: KC design studio
It’s the point how to reduce the interference of different lifestyle and habits. We arrange the maximum public space between the private parts in the long base and define each programs through operating the form of ceiling and furnishing.
Image Courtesy © KC design studio
Friday, October 17th, 2014
Article source: d INKOFF Architects & Engineers
The site of Taichung’s new Cultural Center still reflects its recent history as an airbase. Bulldozers move and gather broken slabs of runway concrete, the weeds growing among them testifying to the change which is occurring. Moving into the realm of the aircraft that it once served, the site itself will become 3-dimensional, rising to serve the new age of Taichung.
Image Courtesy © d INKOFF Architects & Engineers
- Architects: d INKOFF Architects & Engineers
- Project: CITY CULTURAL CENTER
- Location: Taichung, Taiwan
- Client: Taichung City Government
- Site- 2.6 Hectares
- Museum- 19500 SqM
- Library- 24824 SqM
- Garages: Museum- 8065 SqM
- Library- 10331 SqM
- Construction Budget: US$80,000,000
- Credits: Tino Dinkoff- Design Principal, Rick Sholl- Principal, Gary Gerber- Principal, Stanislav Hristov- Director of Visualizations, Manuel Quevedo
- Solar Engineers: Sun Light & Power Co.
- Technical: Langdon Wilson Architects
- Structural: ARUP
Tuesday, August 5th, 2014
Article source: spatial practice
The recent groundbreaking ceremony for Bellevueciti Construction marks the start of construction onspatial practice first residential tower “One More” in Kaohsiung City, at the exclusive front row of the Art Museum Park.
In our culture today, we are constantly over-exposed to information and data. It is important to create a living environment that provides a relief from these elements through a reconnection with nature. The simplicity of design for the tower is the result of maximizing the dramatic relationship to the natural environment and taking full advantage of its location directly in front of the park. The horizontal band defines the uninterrupted view of the park, mountain, and sea; while also performing as a sustainable shading element to reduce heat gain.
Kaohsiung Tower Park Museum View., Image Courtesy © spatial practice
- Architects: spatial practice
- Project: “One More” Kaohsiung Residential Tower
- Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
- Program: Residential, Retail, Parking and Landscape
- Status: Under Construction
- Year: 2012
- Client: Bellevueciti Construction
- Partners in Charge: Dora Chi, Erik Amir
- Project Architect: Ryo Otsuka
- Team: Zhang Yan, Emily Wu, Taylor Williams, Carol Lao, Andrea Sze
- Local Architect: Jason Chia & Associates.
Thursday, June 19th, 2014
Article source: tec DESIGN STUDIO
“Modern day works of architecture look like computer dreams, almost as if the machine were capable of designing a world of self-suffi cient forms on its own, without people being involved. Architecture without people or automatic writing in space, places with no need to actually be inhabited. Equivalent architecture that is self-generated, just like those generators
of random poems, which, given a certain number of words, create combinations forming haiku, which are often actually quite pleasant; likewise, generative music has been around for quite a while already, with a computer taking a certain number of “scenes” to develop a sequence of music lasting minutes or even hours.
Image Courtesy © Hisao Suzuki
- Architects: tec DESIGN STUDIO
- Project: INOTERA HAEDQUARTERS
- Location: Taipei, Taiwan
- Photography: Hisao Suzuki
- Status: Completion April, 2005
- Area: Office=290,000 SF; 26,900 SM
- Clean Room: 200,000 SF; 18,600 SM
- Partners in charge: Sebastian Knorr, Heiko Ostmann;
- Project managers: Samson Chua, Shawn Keltner
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
Article source: Casagrande Laboratory
Ultra-Ruin is a wooden architectural organism that is growing from the ruins of an abandoned red brick farmhouse in the meeting place of terraced farms and jungle. The weak architecture follows the principles of Open Form and is improvised on the site based on instincts reacting on the presence of jungle, ruin and local knowledge.
Image Courtesy © AdDa Zei
- Architects: Casagrande Laboratory
- Project: ULTRA-RUIN
- Location: Taipei, Taiwan
- Photography: AdDa Zei
- Project Manager: Nikita Wu
- C-LAB team: Frank Chen, Yu-Chen Chiu
- Site: ruin of an abandoned farm house and surrounding terraced farms
- Interior space: 210 m2
- Terraces: 520 m2
- Materials: Mahogany, Zelkova, Camphor, Taiwan Cypress, bronze, steel, stone, brick
- Completed: 2013
Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
Article source: d INKOFF
The Sea Port will be Kinmen’s gateway and calling card from which travelers gain a sense of the city – the local culture, the people’s values and aspirations, and for what they would like to be known. There are three main factors which influence the story that this gateway tells through its architectural vocabulary:
Image Courtesy © d INKOFF
- Architects: d INKOFF
- Project: PORT OF KINMEN- Passenger Service Center
- Location: Kinmen, Taiwan
- Area: Site- 5.2 Hectares
- Construction Budget: US$61,842,000
- Structural: ARUP, Los Angeles, California, USA
- Type: Transportation
Sunday, February 2nd, 2014
Article source: Waterfrom Design
The Vertical Forest
The sky well and the patio are the most important element of this space which decide stream line. Designer set a vertical forest to help the air circulation between indoor and outdoor, like a lung for air-breathing animal.
Image Courtesy © Kuomin Lee
- Architects: Waterfrom Design
- Project: The Vertical Forest
- Location: Taiwan
- Photography: Kuomin Lee
- Client: Mr. Liu
- Category: Residential
- Floor Area: 926m2
- Layout: 1F/garage, living room , kitchen , dining area , game room, 2F/living room, study room , master room , fitting room, 3F/ living room, study room , master room , guest room, 4F/ laundry , temple room , garden
- Design period: Jan 2010~May 2010
- Construction period: Oct 2010~May2013
- Materials: Granite ,Tile,Marble,Cypress, Limestone , Mosaic , aluminium , titanium
Friday, October 4th, 2013
Article source: ON-A
In Taipei City, in an area in urban transformation and making facade to Tamsui’s river, we propose a 39-storey tower.
Its facade, a big structural mesh allows a large glass surface, so that all the rooms are connected with outside. On the perimeter of each floor projecting a green strip that helps user to distance the built boundary, thus providing a greater sense of security.
Image Courtesy © ON-A
- Architects: ON-A: “ in collaboration with SUMTECT”
- Project: LUXURY TOWER
- Location: TAIPEI, Taiwan
- Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, 3D StudioMax and Photoshop
Thursday, October 3rd, 2013
Article source: BILBAO ARCHITECTURE TEAM
Taiwan, land of sea, land of mountains, where amazing forms and landscape have been formed by the action of natural forces. Waves, tides, coast, prairies, mountains, mountain ridges.Sea people, land people, strong, tenacious, tireless. People of Taiwan.
The new “City Cultural Center” grows from the earth, with the strength of the sea and mountains, to show to the world how Taiwan is, how Taichung is. And it uses this strength to configure an astonishing landscape architecture able to project internationally the new cultural center.
Image Courtesy © BILBAO ARCHITECTURE TEAM
- Architects: BILBAO ARCHITECTURE TEAM
- Project: CITY CULTURAL CENTER
- Location: Taichung, Taiwan
- Collaborators: Borja García, Igor Gonzalez, Rodrigo Cearra, Joseba Salbide, Ander Barandiaran, Imanol Goenaga.
Sunday, September 1st, 2013
Article source: J. J. Pan & Partners, Architects & Planners(JJPan)
The Lantern Festival is the last of the series of spring festivals that celebrate the Chinese New Year (Feb. 9 ~24, 2013). During this time, people come together to offer good wishes and pray for more blessings in the coming year.
In this spirit, the main lantern for this year’s Taiwan Lantern Festival, is aptly themed the “Ring of Celestial Bliss”. Its concept, based on the Chinese saying of “Blessings as high as the sky”, is vividly conveyed in all aspects of the design.
Image Courtesy © JJPan
- Architects: J. J. Pan & Partners, Architects & Planners(JJPan)
- Project: Ring of Celestial Bliss
- Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan
- Photography: Delta, JJPan
- Design team: Joshua Jih Pan, Chungwei Su, Steven B.J. Chen, Ian Y.C. Tseng
- Client: Delta Electronics Inc.
- Materials: Steel Structure, Bamboo, Fabric
- Dimensions: 30m diameter
- Height: 10 m
- Completion: 2013
- Software used: Rhino, SketchUp