The long base of the project has a continuous window view and a ribbon-like terrace. The owners, who are familiar with the mountains, have moved to the outskirts of the city yet still chosen to live near the National Palace Museum, a place with mountains and streams, hoping that the feelings that nature once brought them would continue to grow here. We see the living environment as a text that echoes with the outdoor streams and forests, and attempt to find the tone of an expressive space among the collections of the National Palace Museum.
Glazed landscape, the gray tones of the mountains
Porcelain is close to life and is used throughout the ages. In ancient times, many famous kilns produced porcelain with unique glaze colors that reflected the four seasons of earth, such as the moon white, sky blue, and sprinkled blue. These colors present the ancient elegance of mountains and rivers in the haze of rain and smoke vaguely. Therefore, we have adopted porcelain glaze to connect the scenery and life, and used porcelain as a language to write figuratively into the architecture.
Residential | 147m² | Taipei City