The Field is Embedded with Wisdom
Interior Design - Reception Center
At the disordered center inside the city and the busy crossroads, people are confronting with the fast and tight atmosphere. A gigantic squared mass is sitting quietly on the noisy street, an architecture which renders the city hustle with the silence from the building itself. At the entrance of the solid mass, the place emits the sincere invitations to the crowds casually. At the steady and neat façade, there is the distinctive atmosphere that invites people to explore.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
When we walk along the stairs from the porch, there is a corridor leading to the interior, the arrangement guide us to transform the state of our minds, to wipe out the outward disturbance, and to enter into an unknown area. The large interior window is closely next to the outside road, and a plenty of shrubs are planted to create the silent atmosphere as if staying in a place surrounded by woods, the design that separates the interior silence effectively from the outside noise.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The interior space is ingeniously designed with a large revolving door that segments the space in different levels and strengthens the connections between the inner and outside environments. The ingenious spatial arrangement makes the people feel the tranquility returning to innocence.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project finished in October 2015 in Taichung City, Taiwan.
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The building is constructed into the sense of both verticality and penetration by using grilles. This designing concept is continued when the designer is thinking how to create the style of the interior space. There are many wooden materials made for the interior space, the design mainly for the purpose of reception. The interior space corresponds in different styles to the façade made of stones.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
508 square meters
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Photo by Kuo-Min Lee