Living with the Sky, Water and Mountain: Making Places in Yilan
Organised by: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA)
“Living with the Sky, Water and Mountain: Making Places in Yilan” attempts to create places where people can easily relate themselves to all the natural constituents. In response to the theme of “Freesapce” in 2018 Venice Biennale, Taiwan proposes that architecture could transform a place, which can be achieved by every architect. With such belief, Fieldoffice endeavors to write stories about seeking freedom via architecture. As far as Fieldoffice is concerned, “freedom” is not an intangible nonsense, but actually leading a daily life that they are willing to stay within a 30-min drive sphere to dedicate their architecture work to helping people lead a better life and reconnect the bodies with sky, water, and mountain.
Palazzo delle Prigioni, Castello 4209