2016 Taipei Public Housing Exhibition (Public) by Alfie Shao
2016 - 2017, Golden A' Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Winner
The public housing exhibition creates the platform which a city and the citizen can communicate with each other. Inspiring from urban architecture as the design concept, we expect to visit the real life of the resident by open view , experiences the place spirit, and to describe various public housing issues through exhibition, the content includes the future city development and uses genuine historical data to record public housing development, and discussion of limitation under laws and regulations. Designing an openly interactive experience explores future living.
To achieve the goal of public housing is a common vision of Taiwan youth. Uphold the belief in the exhibition design, we use the glass to create a floating island as a symbol of hope. On the island, it bearing the public housing models. Through the light and shadow projected on the ground, representing that these future visions will be fully built in the land of Taipei. Public housing would be an integral part of the future residential structure.
Design Challenges
The house's image frame, arousing the people to desire and imagine the home. Let people can enjoy interesting of life with crossover multi-level three-dimensional space and second-dimensional plane.
Production Technology
Through the space of 3.24 square meters, the big cube will get attention of visitors and guided into the exhibition, the furniture frame on the wall is telling visitors that housing is a basic needs of people, not luxury.
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