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Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners
Negative Space,  | International Design Awards Winners

Negative Space

UniversityChung Yuan Christian University
Lead DesignersJen-Chuan Chang
Project LocationTaipei, Taiwan
Prize(s)Honorable Mention
Entry Description

The space was built in a minimalist way, and the concept was achieved through three materials, namely metal, wood and Taiwan red clay. The use of modern technology to place traditional architectural elements, such as the addition of agricultural by-product rice straw as a connecting material in the mud wall around the window, is created by recycling. The glass cabinet of the metal member traverses the central portion of the space, and the glass door maintains a visual extension. Keep simple lines and materials, add too much decoration, and add color through the display.