Taipei. An organic set of white lamellae arranging a coworking

Yuan Architects transformed a 130 sqm basement with a system of white elements cohesively enclosing the interiors.

Yuan Architects, Rain of Light, Taipei, Taiwan, 2017

Yuan Architects’ refurbishment of a 130 sqm basement floor in Taipei, Taiwan, features a system of lamellae that captures light and diffuses it evenly all over the space.

Appearing as a series of sections of a volume, the system is differentiated according to the functional needs of the space: working, resting, meeting, classes, or events. The flexibility of the coworking is enhanced by the layout that takes the form of ceiling, partition, shelves. The light that enters from the glazed ceiling percolates and diffuses through these elements – which function as a device that continuously reacts to the ever-changing light conditions.

Rain of Light
Taipei, Taiwan
multifunctional coworking
Yuan Architects
Principal Designer:
Wenyuan Peng
Tyler Shu, Eason Lin
130 sqm

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