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Spatial " Origami " Science

Designed by

Shiuan Hong Architects

Shiuan Hong Architects

Title:

Spatial " Origami " Science

Category:

Interior Design Category

Location:

Taipei City, Taiwan

Designer:

Shiuan Hong Architects

Website:

Jheng-syuan Hong, Ming-yuan Wang, Wei-ning Chen

Team:

Shiuan Hong Architects
Shiuan Hong Architects
Shiuan Hong Architects
Shiuan Hong Architects

Shiuan Hong Architects

Photo Credits:

Shiuan Hong Architects

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Spatial " Origami " Science is a space used as a reception center, and its appearance resembles white paper. Paper-liked, the roof span is large enough to give the impression of falling downward by gravity. Besides, the surrounding façade is folded to support the structure. When the sunlight falls, the trees are shaded, adding a sense of pure beauty to the park. Not only the appearance of the building, the concave and convex art of origami also extends to the interior. The ceiling is about five meters high with a nice clean curved side. The design team simply used the seam removal technique and ambient lighting to make the curved lines diffuse warm light around, revealing the extraordinary texture. Meanwhile, the cabinets in the reception area are made of honeycomb paper to present the design theme, and the luminous effect compensates for the lack of light in the middle of the venue. The sales area is a perfect square. Without any partition, natural light can penetrate through the expansion grid and enter the room, and the curved shape of the ceiling overlaps to create unique spatial art.

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