Phoenix Satellite TV visited National Public Information Library as the third part of the “Designer” series work that introduces Taiwan architecture and architects.
In both the design and practice, this project breaks through the existing impressions of traditional libraries by reinterpreting regional context of geography & aesthetics, creating an environment in which cities and green spaces coexist harmoniously, and facilitating the reading behavior inextricably linked with nature.
National Public Information Library conveys the concept of “reading the city, read in the city” through the influence of Phoenix Satellite TV in Chinese-speaking territories worldwide. It also gathers the interactive exchange of knowledge and creates a culture with local texture amid the ambiance of mountain profile, water flow in channels and pastoral clusters.

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Phoenix Satellite Official Website
National Public Information Library