TOTLA FLOOR AREA
Located in Taichung City, the region of magnificent mountains, winding rivers, and numerous art venues- we employ the pattern of bamboo on the facade to echo the city’s extraordinary environmental features. Two towers were built on the site with specific structures and proportions to create a lofty appearance.
The protruding structure on the roof resembles bamboo growing high into the clouds, effectively extending the buildings, proclaiming magnificence. Indoor and outdoor boundaries are established in this luxurious residential project.
By incorporating these design elements, our project seamlessly blends with the natural beauty of Taichung City, creating an architectural masterpiece that not only stands out but also complements the captivating environment.
This portrayal of
bamboo elements adds
a touch of liveliness and character to the overall aesthetic.
The facade design follows the principle of the 3:2:1 rhythm, creating a sense of classical calmness throughout the mainframes. The horizontal layers along the edges of the slabs depict bamboo nodes, infusing the design with repetitive yet vibrant details.
photo by Kenny Fu