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Taishin Bank Tower, Teipeh

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The majestic Taishin Bank Tower stands approximately 400 feet (120 meters) tall with an elegant architectural design that’s become a new urban landmark in the city of Taipei. Conceived by the renowned architecture firm of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, the tower’s curvilinear shape mimics that of nearby Jenai Circle, which inspired a uniquely dynamic lighting design by Fisher Marantz Stone (FMS).

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“The architect’s concept for the building plan allowed the curve of Jenai Circle to inflect the shape of the building, so we were working with an interesting curve — almost like the shape of a sail in the wind,” said Charles Stone, President of FMS. “The second part of the lighting concept called for the introduction of a digital ‘ticker’ sign like those in Times Square. This idea evolved into a low-resolution information façade, with the overall impression of a building standing in the wind in the center of Taipei.”

via: color kinetics

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