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Architecture: Tao Zhu Yin Yuan, Taipei, Taiwan


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Dear Architects, Designers, Travelers, and Fans,

Width: 6.8in / 172.72mm
Depth: 8.1in / 205.74mm
Height: 12.5in / 317.5mm
Location: Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan
Scale: 1:300

Design Concept
Explored 2,775 Lego pieces of an amazing residential building in Taipei, Taiwan. My Taipei skyline in 2020 opened the way for developing my new idea in 2021 which is Tao Zhu Yin Yuan, also known as Agora Garden. In 2020, Tao Zhu Yin Yuan is just a tiny model closed to Taipei 101 in the Taipei skyline which I picked up. To the year 2021, I designed it with a big scale in Lego bricks and plus, adding more details as the same technique with the real tower. However, during my design, I met the difficult thing is moves up 21 floors of the tower with a total rotated of 90 degrees. Finally, I completed the model.

On the other hand, I'm interested in sustainable design in architecture, especially carbon‐absorbing architecture which has become is very concerned about today. It helps reduce the negative impact of urban development on the environment. I always love architecture and Lego. As a designer, I would like to bring this idea which is presented by Lego bricks with my motto "Play and Learn."

Actually, Tao Zhu Yin Yuan is a good idea for urban landscape design in carbon‐absorbing architecture in particular and sustainable architecture in general by architect Vincent Callebaut. It is my favorite residential high-rise building in Taiwan with quite a special and unique structure inspired by the structure in the double helix of the DNA. I believe that it is awesome to build it in Lego bricks in order to emphasize the perspective view of the designer in Green architecture. I also believe that this would make a great Lego set in the future. If you want to bring this home, let support and share. Thank you to all the supporters! Thank you to all the followers! Please feel free to leave comments or suggestions!  

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