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I-Chen Lee

Boulevard Lambermont 284, Bruxelles, Belgium
I-Chen Lee, born in 1982, Taipei, Taiwan. 2000-2005 THU 2007-2009 Berlage Institute 2008 Berlage scholarship 2010 Assistant editor-A new urban metabolism 2010 Architect-JDSA 2010 Coordinator-book launch-Agenda 2010-2017 Architect-B2Ai 2015 Co-founder-Option Design 2015 Exhibition-Salone Satellite, published by Domus magazine 2016 Guest prof.-research workshop Maccagno, with CCU & UniGe 2017 Proposal-Next generation, Please!, Bozar 2017 Kingcar Young Talent Oil Painting Award

Humanity, the future of architecture.


History might end but humanity lasts.

Humanity, the future of architecture.


History might end but humanity lasts.
humanity, which goes beyond limit of man-made environment, is the key to the future of architecture.
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2018 Nov, I visited Shanghai, the greyest city ever seen. The skyline of the city emerged from a mixture of mist and air pollution. From far, it is astonishing to see the contrast between high-rise buildings and village-like clusters.

Soon walking into one of cluster, I was surrounded by calm yet lively atmosphere where the alley in between is interiorized as part of people's living space. This transition zone between private and public is animated by personal belonings like armchairs, tea tables, bicycles....

I realised that, humanity, which goes beyond limit of man-made environment, is the key to the future of architecture.

The 5Ss listed below could be the parameters contributing to a more humane-oriented building environment.
Scale, which makes people feel comfortable.
Speed, which makes people feel relaxed.
Space, which makes people breathe freely.
Santé, which makes people feel supported mentally and physically.
Security, which provides people a sense of security.


Humanity, the future of architecture.


History might end but humanity lasts.

Humanity, the future of architecture.


History might end but humanity lasts.
humanity, which goes beyond limit of man-made environment, is the key to the future of architecture.
File under

2018 Nov, I visited Shanghai, the greyest city ever seen. The skyline of the city emerged from a mixture of mist and air pollution. From far, it is astonishing to see the contrast between high-rise buildings and village-like clusters.

Soon walking into one of cluster, I was surrounded by calm yet lively atmosphere where the alley in between is interiorized as part of people's living space. This transition zone between private and public is animated by personal belonings like armchairs, tea tables, bicycles....

I realised that, humanity, which goes beyond limit of man-made environment, is the key to the future of architecture.

The 5Ss listed below could be the parameters contributing to a more humane-oriented building environment.
Scale, which makes people feel comfortable.
Speed, which makes people feel relaxed.
Space, which makes people breathe freely.
Santé, which makes people feel supported mentally and physically.
Security, which provides people a sense of security.



Idea by

I-Chen Lee
Boulevard Lambermont 284
Bruxelles
Belgium
I-Chen Lee, born in 1982, Taipei, Taiwan. 2000-2005 THU 2007-2009 Berlage Institute 2008 Berlage scholarship 2010 Assistant editor-A new urban metabolism 2010 Architect-JDSA 2010 Coordinator-book launch-Agenda 2010-2017 Architect-B2Ai 2015 Co-founder-Option Design 2015 Exhibition-Salone Satellite, published by Domus magazine 2016 Guest prof.-research workshop Maccagno, with CCU & UniGe 2017 Proposal-Next generation, Please!, Bozar 2017 Kingcar Young Talent Oil Painting Award