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The Original John Chen

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Design Ray Chen
The Original John Chen

The industrial, postmodern structure is officially certified as a “green building” and many surrounding trees can be seen through strips of polished glass. In addition to the green spaces endemic to the hotel, the geometric and mysterious form of the building adds intrigue to an otherwise sternly minimalist structure. 

Architecture

Veiled luxury

Standing tall in the Eastern District of Taipei, the hotel is set behind a dark patchwork mesh façade designed by noted architect Ray Chen.

Architecture
Veiled luxury

Standing tall in the Eastern District of Taipei, the hotel is set behind a dark patchwork mesh façade designed by noted architect Ray Chen.

The industrial, postmodern structure is officially certified as a “green building” and many surrounding trees can be seen through strips of polished glass. In addition to the green spaces endemic to the hotel, the geometric and mysterious form of the building adds intrigue to an otherwise sternly minimalist structure. 

INTERIOR DESIGN

Material world

Natural light floods many interior spaces, illuminating the myriad materials that were chosen by designer Ray Chen. Inspired both in name and design by Francisco Goya’s 19th-century print series “Proverbios”—which is famous for its depictions of dark, surreal scenes—the hotel sees copper, natural wood, leather, stone, and delicate fabrics complement each other to create an aesthetic clearly influenced by the prints.

Rooms are uniquely designed and conceptually divided into living, bathing, and sleeping areas, with unexpected quirks that don’t conform to convention.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Material world

Natural light floods many interior spaces, illuminating the myriad materials that were chosen by designer Ray Chen. Inspired both in name and design by Francisco Goya’s 19th-century print series “Proverbios”—which is famous for its depictions of dark, surreal scenes—the hotel sees copper, natural wood, leather, stone, and delicate fabrics complement each other to create an aesthetic clearly influenced by the prints.

 
 

Rooms are uniquely designed and conceptually divided into living, bathing, and sleeping areas, with unexpected quirks that don’t conform to convention.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Material world

Natural light floods many interior spaces, illuminating the myriad materials that were chosen by designer Ray Chen. Inspired both in name and design by Francisco Goya’s 19th-century print series “Proverbios”—which is famous for its depictions of dark, surreal scenes—the hotel sees copper, natural wood, leather, stone, and delicate fabrics complement each other to create an aesthetic clearly influenced by the prints.

Rooms are uniquely designed and conceptually divided into living, bathing, and sleeping areas, with unexpected quirks that don’t conform to convention.

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