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Twists & turns

by on Aug 3, 2014 in Architecture , Interiors , Lifestyle
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Co-founded by Keisuke Toyoda and Jia-Shuan Tsai in Tokyo in 2007, and going on to establish an office in Taipei in 2009, Noiz is renowned for its unique and innovative approach to design by actively utilising computational methods in masterful ways.

 
The firm’s works, ranging from architecture, interior, art installation and more, are exhibited internationally. The team also actively contributes to education by demonstrating its expertise in application of the latest digital design and fabrication techniques.
 
At an apartment in Rui-An district of Taipei, Noiz custom-designed and produced maze-like copper lighting, as there were “no other chandeliers available in the market that could complement the ambience of the interiors, with the right balance between antiquity and contemporaneity,” according to the designers.
 
For more, see next month’s issue of Perspective for the full feature on the apartment!

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