PechaKucha Presentation

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Lain Satrustegu

Architect, IMO architectural and design office Co-founder, TED×TunghaiU Founder in Taipei

伊萊恩

PRESENTED ON DEC 10, 2016
IN TAIPEI @ VOL 31

建築師、IMO 建築暨設計事務所共同創辦人、TED×TunghaiU創辦人

伊萊恩是來自西班牙的建築師,對福爾摩斯充滿想像,非常欣賞台灣人的友善、環境及安全,然而實際走訪後對於台灣街景有很大的落差衝擊,希望能設計與環境融合的建築體並提供啟發,但也提到真正改變市容的力量還是在每個人身上。

Architect, IMO architectural and design office Co-founder, TED×TunghaiU Founder

An architect from Spain, Lain was intrigued by Taiwan. He admired the friendliness of Taiwanese people, as well as the safe environment of the country. However, after paying a visit, Lain found that the streets of Taiwan were vastly different from what he imagined. He hopes to design buildings that are integrated with the environment and that inspire others as well. Lain also mentioned that the real power to change a city lies with each individual resident.

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