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Arch Design Award 


Interior Design Category




Designed by

Shane Chiu






Team Members:


Commercial & Office Architecture

New Taipei City, Taiwan

Shane Chiu

Anita Peng

Photo Credits:



CUTe/Teeming Interior Design

By transcending the typical rigid and formal ambiance of commercial offices, leveraged professional expertise and carefully selected materials; within the constraints of the spatial dimensions, they leveraged the warm and inviting qualities of wooden tones to create a cozy and comfortable office ambiance. Tailored the meeting rooms to meet varying needs, creating more spacious areas and defying the traditional image associated with office spaces of multinational companies in Taiwan.
For the design of the conference rooms, integrated wooden ceilings with light steel frames, creating a unique visual texture using diamond shapes and lighting strips. Additionally, to accommodate large-scale meeting needs, the design opened up the meeting rooms and used movable partitions to provide flexibility, allowing the space to be adjusted according to specific usage scenarios.
On the entrance wall, marble was generously employed in the design to convey the texture and refined style of the logo. Following this, there's the reception seating area, hallway ceilings, and restrooms, where laminated veneer lumber (LVL) panels impart a warm tone to the space.
Fully committed to creating an eco-friendly environment and incorporating green building materials throughout the entire property, including LVL panels that come with green building certifications. In the conference rooms, they used woven carpets known for their waterproof, wear-resistant, and long-lasting properties. The rest of the flooring featured semi-dry quartz tiles designed for long-term durability. Furthermore, LED lighting was employed not only to increase the brightness of the space but also to achieve energy savings and reduce carbon emissions, aligning with the corporate social responsibility goals in ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) initiatives for environmental protection and sustainability.

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