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The site is at the crossroads of Taiwan's airport and harbor. The design team introduces international real estate and development experience to Taiwan, recognizing focusing on the future population growth that will lead to an increase in demand for housing for core families. In addition, the location is close to the airport, harbor, school district, expressway, and a 40-meter greenway, and features a Singapore-style elevator apartment plan targeted at first-time home buyers.
Architecture is the landscape of the city, and its appearance is the first impression to people. The exterior of the building is shaped by geometric elements to create a minimalistic design, and the design team uses the dark and light stacking of squares to match the classic black, gray, and white tones to reveal the shades under the daylight. The building is a comfortable place for a family to live with a 40-meter greenway. The imported stone texture paint shows the grand atmosphere like stone, but more economical than stone. The front and walls of the first floor are painted in architectural concrete gray paint with marble patterns and spliced grooves on the front, and the height presents a magnificent look. Meanwhile, the roof shows its grandeur from either a top angle or a 45-degree elevation.
UGID(UNI GEN INTERIOR DESIGN)
Interior Design - Residential