Lè Architecture Building, Taiwan

Lè Architecture in Taipei, Taiwan, is set to redefine Taipei’s rapidly developing skyline. Its design drew inspiration from the shape of the river pebbles along the Keelung River, developing a unique aesthetic concept that conveys the idea of roundness and elegance, as well as strength and character. Lè Architecture aims to provide efficient, interactive and healthy office spaces. The 'urban living rooms' offer span-leveled communal areas including pantries, cafes, libraries and breakout areas to create a comfortable and inspiring work environment. These semi-open areas also connect the indoor/outdoor environment.








The 70-meter tall office building employs multiple strategies to add greenery to the façade and is focused on minimizing energy demands which enabled it to achieve a LEED Gold certification.





The building is designed with straight glass panels which optimize construction feasibility. The western wall serves as a `breathing facade' with a series of vertical aluminum fins and green planters providing sufficient sun-shading for interior office spaces and effectively lower the temperature in the interiors. The plants also act as air filters.




Designed by Dr. Andy Wen (Aedas Group), Lè Architecture received the prestigious International Architecture Awards 2019, The Most Public Votes for Commercial-Office - High Rise (16+ Floors), Architizer A+ Popular Choice Awards 2018 and “Best International Office Architecture” at International Property Awards 2017.








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