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This is a daycare center primarily for Amis aborigine children- the indigenous people of Taiwan, and others include Taroko, Atayal, Sakiraya, and Seediq. In a remote village with few material sources of comfort but with abundant environmental resources, we abandoned complex aborigine totems, and returned to the nature of life for the local residents in considering a school for aborigines. In the base, we have created a route for residents of the tribe to pass through. On rainy days, they can avoid the primary streets and choose to go through the daycare center. Most students who live in the community have already mingled with the residents; thus, they do not be affected when residents pass through. The open space on the ground level and the through route create more community interaction and parent-children care. View more View full description
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