Drawing from the inspiration of global competition and the spirit of excellence, Shiang Ye Industrial's Commander Slim Folding Chair was prominently featured in the living quarters of athletes during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The chair's sleek design, durability, and comfort made it an ideal choice for the world-class competitors residing in the Olympic Village. Its practical folding feature ensured space efficiency without compromising on style or functionality. This adoption by the Olympics not only underscores the chair's superior quality but also marks a significant milestone for Shiang Ye Industrial, reflecting a commitment to excellence that resonates with the pinnacle of athletic achievement.
The Tainan Tung-Men Holiness Church, masterfully designed by the MAYU Architects duo of Malong Zhang and Yulin Chen, draws inspiration from the emblematic 'eagle' of the church. The building, constructed in fair-faced concrete, is adorned with perforated copper-colored aluminum panels that create the appearance of light and airy feathers. The interlocking design of the feathers produces a soft, translucent, and fluttering visual effect. In this harmonious blend of art and architecture, Shiang Ye Industrial's LINE armchair is seamlessly integrated into the church's interior. Its sleek and modern design perfectly complements the architectural aesthetics of the church, adding a touch of elegance and comfort to the space.
The "Aesthetic Laboratory" at New Taipei Xintai Junior High School, designed by Abnormal Space Production, adopts the concept of a blank canvas, ingeniously integrating various functionalities to create a more spacious area. The lab features Shiang Ye's Slim Folding Chair, utilizing its high storage efficiency to optimize space usage.
The design team transformed the classroom into a pure white space, retaining the texture of the flooring and removing aluminum window frames to enhance light penetration and spatial transparency. At the front, a whiteboard wall allows for expansive teaching, while the back combines a white gradient with mirrors, expanding the sense of space and blending reality with imagination. This design not only provides a canvas for students' creativity but also illustrates the fusion of education and art.
The "Health Center Redesign" project, initiated by the Taiwan Design Research Institute in partnership with the New Taipei City Health Bureau, focused on revamping the Xizhi and Yingge District Health Centers. Shiang Ye's Pleats Beam Chair was selected for these centers, featuring a natural warm white color to ease patient anxiety and tension. The use of movable furniture was a strategic choice to accommodate the high mobility and spatial flexibility required in health centers. This initiative significantly enhances the comfort and functionality of health settings, creating a calming atmosphere and meeting diverse operational needs.