The Penghu House reinterpret traditional wisdom within a modern framework to create a multi- generational home for a local clan, resulting in a distinctive architecture born from the unique conditions of Penghu.
On an ocean front mountain top, between tall grasses and acacia forests, walls meander in and out of the wild and wind swept landscape to create an 8 room retreat. Rugged, curvaceous concrete walls define the boundaries between architecture and landscape, wandering inside and outside to create public and private spaces.
Hengchun, Pingtung, Taiwan
Kuo-Min Lee, Lorenzo Pierucci