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Old Posted Nov 18, 2008, 2:50 AM
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http://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?11080210192264

Taipei
2. Richard Rogers
"Rogers表示,這是他首度在台的住宅作品,將興建40層以上、約至少150公尺,融合綠建築和環保科技的瘦高型頂級住宅。"
http://tw.news.yahoo.com/article/url...8/4/18e5w.html
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Old Posted Nov 26, 2008, 2:58 PM
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台開台北車站東南側更都
The right hand rendering is recently design I get.....
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Old Posted Nov 29, 2008, 3:39 AM
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Here's a link for 40 projects which pass [促進都市再生2010年臺北好好看].
http://www.planning.taipei.gov.tw/pa...e=2420&Index=7
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The right hand rendering is recently design I get.....
r u saying that 26 fl is the final design?
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r u saying that 26 fl is the final design?
I would like to say it's not, but it is the most currently render.
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I wonder what is 永和大陳義胞 ???
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全坤興松江路台北水珍珠都更案



















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AquaPearl in Taipei looks impressive...has construction begun yet?
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Old Posted Nov 7, 2009, 9:55 AM
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nice projects! thanks for posting.
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Old Posted Nov 15, 2009, 2:16 AM
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Taipei Aquapearl Urban Redevelopment Project

http://2009honorawards.aiaseattle.org/node/176

In January 2008, the Taipei, Taiwan government passed a new plan called “Good Looking Taipei 2010” to encourage developers to make Taipei a beautiful place to live, focusing on improving: public space, pedestrian traffic, infrastructure, indoor common space, iconic community spaces, and sustainability.

Aquapearl, the largest urban redevelopment project planned in Taiwan, is a successful collaboration between developer, architects, Taipei City, and over 300 current property owners all with the common goal of revitalizing the Songjiang District. It will be a world class mixed-use project, setting the standard for future projects in Taiwan. As an iconic symbol that generates excitement and buzz amongst the surrounding neighborhoods, Aquapearl respects the culture by providing a civic identity and a community gathering place that reinvigorates the area.

The major organizing element in the master plan is the Aquapearl Sunken Plaza which accentuates an existing site amenity, the subway connection, by incorporating retail, an outdoor performance stage, and lush landscape gardens at the subway level. The Sunken Plaza transforms an otherwise utilitarian space into an amenity for the entire community.

Aquapearl creates a drastic improvement in the quality of life for the 300 current land owners by providing six luxurious residential towers, ranging from 10 to 25 stories, and a variety of retail and restaurants. The project includes energy and water saving measures through the project’s orientation, lush landscaping, water features, and solar energy. A delicate balance of landscaped public spaces and residential density energizes the entire district.






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Wwoooww!! Long time no see, 'Taipei Walker'!!

Great stuffs as always!! Thanks for sharing!~~
does anybody know what happened to kidd? havent seen him in a long time.
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Just for fun...a then and now comparison of a view from Taipei 101's skybridge, between summer 2007 and January 2010.

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Mandarin Oriental Taipei is well under construction and I think it is scheduled to be completed before the Flora Expo.
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Mandarin Oriental Taipei is well under construction and I think it is scheduled to be completed before the Flora Expo.
Can you post rendering or pictures? And where is it located?
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Personally, I don't like this neo-european style architecture, and this project choose wrong style in that location if you compare surrounded building.
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taiwan's turning into a little faux neo-europe. the architecture itself is nice i guess if it was built in london or paris. but not for a tropical island. it would've been better if they had designed a traditional chinese style building like the grand hotel. it is a "mandarin oriental" hotel afterall.
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taiwan's turning into a little faux neo-europe. the architecture itself is nice i guess if it was built in london or paris. but not for a tropical island. it would've been better if they had designed a traditional chinese style building like the grand hotel. it is a "mandarin oriental" hotel afterall.
If they can build something like it, it will be great. However, it still not going to suit that location. The location definitely need comtemporary style building rather than go back to classical or traditional.
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taiwan's turning into a little faux neo-europe. the architecture itself is nice i guess if it was built in london or paris. but not for a tropical island. it would've been better if they had designed a traditional chinese style building like the grand hotel. it is a "mandarin oriental" hotel afterall.
The neo-euro style at least has a connection to an older Taiwanese architectural template (old post office, presidential building, 228 museum, etc,.). This can not be said of the palace movement which is just a sloppy, unoriginal manifestation of nationalist propaganda. Please, no more C.Y. Lee buildings - we've suffered enough!
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