IDPA Japan Design Award

International Design Pioneer Award
International Design Pioneer Award

Architectural Beauty of Linear Art

by HANPIN Architects and Partners.

Project Description

The architecture is a masterpiece amidst the bustling city, serving as a landmark of the area. The corporate logo inspires the architectural design and incorporates the requirement of the certification of “Intelligent Building," which caters to the requirements of integrated wiring, information and communication, system integration, facility management, safety and disaster prevention, energy conservation management, health, and comfort, as well as intelligent innovation. The design reflects the corporate image and fulfills users’ needs while prioritizing environmental friendliness and ecological sustainability. As a result, the building is constructed to be eco-friendly and highly efficient while being self-explanatory in nature.
The team has designed a parking lot for a tech company building, incorporating the chain shape logo of the company into the building facade as geometric patterns. This design symbolizes the interconnectedness, cooperation, and harmonious relationship among the business partners, as well as the continuous creativity and development of the firm. Additionally, the team takes into account the local environment and incorporates staggered openings on the building façade to resist the influence of the northeastern monsoon while allowing abundant sunlight and fresh air to enter. It turns into a high-tech-ish box that resembles photosynthesis.
To ensure a safe and high-quality parking experience for users, our team has implemented a "pedestrian-and-vehicle-independent" lane design with clear markings to prevent accidents and prioritize user safety. A covered pedestrian walkway is situated on the building's exterior to shield pedestrians from the sun and rain. Our parking area features designated spots for electric motorcycles, heavy motorcycles, scooters, electric cars, and regular vehicles, catering to the diverse needs of our users. Furthermore, the design team has installed clear signage and a visual indicator system to help users easily navigate and locate their designated parking spots.
For this project, the designer incorporates corporate signature colors and logo elements to decorate the building's exterior, reflecting the corporate image. The undulating building skin features a linear lighting design, illuminating the urban streetscape at night and ensuring a safe and bright environment for the public without any security dead spots. The green roofs on the top floors of the building increase the green coverage, reducing the urban heat island effect. As the building must meet seismic design codes, steel with seismic construction methods is used as the primary building material, enhancing its safety and significantly reducing its carbon footprint. Additionally, permeable pavers are applied on the ground to achieve water conservation and maintain the natural ecological environment balance on the building site, aligning with the goal of sustainable development.

HANPIN Architects and Partners.

The beauty of architecture is not only determined by the materials used, but also by the way they are arranged. Each material has its own unique expression - the strength of steel, the warmth of wood, the solidity of stone, and the chemistry of concrete. Architecture has its own language that speaks to us.
Architectural components and beauty are intertwined, creating a timeless style that reflects the values we hold dear in life. The forms and materials used in architecture are a reflection of human experiences and the materials themselves, resulting in a harmonious relationship between the two.
The simplicity of geometric forms and the creativity of visual thinking come together to create a balance between the lines and shapes of space. Classical proportions, structural integrity, layering of materials, and the physical characteristics of a space are all important elements in architecture. One such style is our style, JUN-PIN ARCHITECT.

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