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Arch Design Award 



Interior Design Category


A Bright Future

Designed by

Mo Architects & Planners






Team Members:

A Bright Future

Healthcare Architecture


Mo Architects & Planners

Moek Mo, Yong Liu, Fred Ho, James Kuo, Eric Tsai

Photo Credits:

Mo Architects & Planners, 2023


Mo Architects & Planners, 2023

This interior design project is for a multi-media conference hall at Taipei Hospital, Ministry of Health and Welfare, with multiple purposes: holding meetings, giving lectures, film-playing, and performing. The conference hall is located in the old building of the hospital. As the new building is currently under construction, a bridge will be built to connect the old and new buildings, and the location of the conference hall will be the connecting hub, so it is also a symbol to carry on the past and the beginning of the future. In this way, the client hopes that this project can fully demonstrate the new, technological, and futuristic aspects when holding major meetings and lectures and simultaneously provide a comfortable and relaxing space for colleagues. From the external aspect, the ceiling is composed of multi-angle folding surfaces, creating multiple spatial layers. The ceiling of the back-row seats differs from the common low ceiling design of staircase-type conference halls. Still, it is designed with upward folding and extension, subtly extending the visual space and eliminating the sense of oppression. In the dim interior environment, round-shaped downlights are used all over the ceiling and decorated with blue-light linear lamps to create a new sense of technology. The flooring is covered with dark purple carpet, using the calmness of dark colors to set off the blue step lights, beautifully echoing the design of the ceiling. The designer has planned the walls to be covered with light-colored acoustic wall coverings to create an excellent acoustic design space. At the same time, the stage frame and background are configured with acoustic grille panels and dark background paint, allowing the audience to focus more on the speakers or performers on stage. In addition, the existing structural pillars are wrapped in black, which eliminates the presence of pillars and adds variety to the wall.

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