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ACCVIRTUE House is a concept that could be explored to integrate post-covid workspace, family life, and farmland surroundings, using the garden grafting technique as a metaphor for creating a mixed design. The site is to build a new semiconductor rezoning project in a traditional farmland of Taiwan. Garden grafting is the process of combining different plants to create a new hybrid that has the desired qualities of each plant. Similarly, the architecture design could combine elements of the workspace, home, and farmland to create a hybrid space that addresses the needs of different functions.
The concept of interior creating a void inside a building to allow for the connection between floors and sunlight, , such as the central atrium, stairwell, or even the living area. that allows natural light to penetrate deep into the building and create a sense of spaciousness. the void is inspired by the building's mix use program, create a focal point and visual connection between office floors and living area.
This design approach seeks to blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces, creating a seamless transition between the two. The wooden panels are typically placed on the exterior of the building, creating a screen that filters sunlight, wind, and noise while also allowing glimpses of the surrounding landscape. The exterior of the building was designed using natural materials such as wood, stone, and glass to create a combination of natural and modern elements in the design. Large windows and skylights could be used to bring in natural light and provide views of the surrounding farmland and mountains. Outdoor spaces such as terraces and patios allow occupants to enjoy the natural surroundings and fresh air. aim to blend the natural and the modern to create a building that is both functional and beautiful while also being respectful of its surroundings and context.
Architecture - Mix Use Architectural Designs
Interior Design - Residential
Chong Qing Shen Sheng Space Aesthetics
Architecture - Public Art & Public Art Installation