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MVRDV Designs a Dual Tower Scheme with Interactive Facades for "Times Square" of Taipei

09:00 - 10 January, 2019
MVRDV Designs a Dual Tower Scheme with Interactive Facades for "Times Square" of Taipei, Courtesy of MVRDV
Courtesy of MVRDV

MVRDV have released images of their ambitious design for the Taipei Twin Towers, set to revitalize the central station area of the Taiwanese capital. The two towers are characterized by a “pile of blocks” that create a vertical urban neighborhood, complete with interactive media facades.

OMA's Taipei Performing Arts Center Nears Completion in Taiwan

09:00 - 8 January, 2019
OMA's Taipei Performing Arts Center Nears Completion in Taiwan, © OMA by Chris Stowers
© OMA by Chris Stowers

New photographs have been released of OMA’s Taipei Performing Arts Center (TPAC), as construction nears completion in Taiwan. Consisting of three theaters, each functioning autonomously of each other, the OMA scheme seeks to depart from the traditional consensus of performing arts centers as simply containing a large auditorium, medium-sized theater, and small-size black box.

The World’s Largest Performing Arts Center Opens in Taiwan, Designed by Mecanoo

11:00 - 18 October, 2018
The World’s Largest Performing Arts Center Opens in Taiwan, Designed by Mecanoo, © Iwan Baan
© Iwan Baan

The opening ceremony has taken place for the world’s largest performing arts center in Taiwan, designed by Mecanoo. The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts comprises five state-of-the-art performance spaces under a single roof measuring 35 acres (140,000 square meters).

Kengo Kuma Creates Starbucks Store in Taiwan From 29 Shipping Containers

06:00 - 6 October, 2018
Kengo Kuma Creates Starbucks Store in Taiwan From 29 Shipping Containers, Courtesy of Starbucks
Courtesy of Starbucks

Hot on the heels of its lavish breakthrough Milan store, Starbucks has opened yet another striking and innovatively-designed coffee house. However, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma's design associates an entirely different mood with the company's coffee beverages.

BAF win National Library Tainan, Taiwan

06:00 - 20 September, 2018
BAF win National Library Tainan, Taiwan, Taiwan National Library. Image Courtesy of BAF and Carlo Ratti
Taiwan National Library. Image Courtesy of BAF and Carlo Ratti

Bio-Architecture Formosana (BAF) together with Carlo Ratti Associatti have won the international competition for the Southern branch of the Taiwan National Library and Repository in Tainan, Taiwan. With the concept of "Library as a Town", the team created a proposal for a new public building that will accommodate a library, book museum and a joint archives center. Selected among nine competitors, the winning design will be placed in the southern part of Taiwan in the XinYing District. The proposal is made to investigate the role of the library in the future.

MEPM lab Envisions the Next Generation of Power Plants in Taiwan

12:00 - 18 August, 2018
MEPM lab Envisions the Next Generation of Power Plants in Taiwan, Courtesy of Prof. Shiauyun Lu, Jhengru Li, Tzuman Tseng, Hsianghsiang Wang
Courtesy of Prof. Shiauyun Lu, Jhengru Li, Tzuman Tseng, Hsianghsiang Wang

The island nation of Taiwan is a country that boasts both a high population density and a wide range of ecosystems. However, a large issue that the country is currently facing involves the energy production and consumption, and the negative impact it has on the environment. With the largest power plant slated to be shut down by 2023, a team from Taiwan has devised an architectural proposal for how to construct a plant that both generates enough electricity to serve the metropolitan area and reduce its negative impact on the air quality and surrounding wetlands.

Mecanoo Designs Mile-Long Green Corridor Along Former Railway Line in Taiwan

12:00 - 31 May, 2018
Mecanoo Designs Mile-Long Green Corridor Along Former Railway Line in Taiwan, Courtesy of Mecanoo Architecten
Courtesy of Mecanoo Architecten

Mecanoo has released images of their proposed Taichung Green Corridor in Taiwan, set along a mile-long (1.7-kilometer) former railway line cutting through the city center. Once a valuable means of connection, the railway currently acts as a barrier due to its awkward position along a dyke, impeding circulation across the railway lines.

World's Largest Single-Roof Performing Arts Center by Mecanoo Nears Completion in Taiwan

12:15 - 13 April, 2018
World's Largest Single-Roof Performing Arts Center by Mecanoo Nears Completion in Taiwan, © Iwan Baan
© Iwan Baan

Taiwan has announced the scheduled October 2018 opening of the Mecanoo-designed National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts, also named “Weiwuying.” The Mecanoo scheme incorporates five state-of-the-art performance spaces under a single roof which, at 35 acres (141,000 square meters), stands as the world’s largest performing arts center under one roof.

Riken Yamamoto's "Hill" Wins Competition for Taiwan Art Museum

14:00 - 19 March, 2018
Riken Yamamoto's "Hill" Wins Competition for Taiwan Art Museum, Courtesy of Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop
Courtesy of Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop

Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop has released images of the proposed Taoyuan Museum of Art in Taiwan, having won an international competition for the scheme’s design in 2018. Acting as a symbolic gateway to the heart of the city, the architect’s vision was for a hub where every visit leads to new discoveries and experiences.

Richard Meier & Partners International Projects To Look For In 2018

08:00 - 26 December, 2017
Richard Meier & Partners International Projects To Look For In 2018, Courtesy of Richard Meier & Partners
Courtesy of Richard Meier & Partners

The new year is almost here, and Richard Meier & Partners has four international projects that will be coming to fruition. These new multi-use building designs play with light, transparency, and volume as well as respond to their varying urban context.

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