Using Bricks from the Wall, Creating a Welcoming Circular Structure About the Experimental Architecture Project

In the southwest corner of the Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-LAB) near the intersection of Jianguo South and Renai roads, where pedestrians and vehicles come closest to this site, is a large, suspended, “circular structure”. It is composed of old bricks from the outer walls. In addition to symbolizing these walls, the circular form indicates the once separation from the outside. Below it is a steel support and ample space.

Photo courtesy of C-LAB; Photo by Anpis WANG
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