Living Room｜The venue spirit of public space comes from the mentoring of elders in the tribe. In every sunny and rainy night gathering, every time counting stars in the evening sky, we chat with our soul and sing and dance around the fire shining over the black pupils, and stories are passed down from one generation to another. In modern indoor living space, there is always a place where people can contact with one another relaxingly, sitting or lying, and experience the beauty of life made up of stone tablets, pottery, knitting, plant fibers, driftwood, and modern materials.
Restaurant｜Driftwood, the gift from nature in the eyes of Indigenous artists in Hualien and Taitung, comes from rivers, streams, typhoons, and the ocean. From the ocean to daily life, let us experience the organic details and gradational luster and texture of driftwood.
Sitting at the majestic table and on the noble chairs made of driftwood, you can enjoy the natural food from the hazy mountain and sea, the Formosa lambsquarter bread and millet foods, and the millet wine and dried flying fish. There is no excessive seasoning, except the flavor of the cherishment of nature. Chatting in front of the hot soup seasoned with fragrant litsea, simply enjoy the taste of acquaintance.
Bedroom｜The shell ginger mat keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer, and the natural touch of floating wood chairs. Relaxing the fatigue from work, lying in the arm of nature..., the fragrance of shell ginger and the smell of log, organic fragrances wash away urban anxiety and comfortably touch your skin.
Lying or sitting on the textile, the cotton and linen blanket in a minimalist style, the glass bead cushion with theist patterns in earth tone, checker-patterned fabrics made with tender hands, you can feel the creative coloring and texture sensibility of designers and artists silently conveying the relationships between indigenous peoples and land.
Children's Area｜Do you remember the "self-made catapult" that accompanied your childhood? The pogs, rubber bands, marbles.... driftwood catapult, birds, sky, and branches, these are all the child toys in tribal life recalling the urban childhood past.
Enjoying the natural life in childhood, lying on the lazy-bone textile cushions, sitting on top of the red boar chair...Playing heartily is the biggest fun of childhood. The block-like red boars owe its origin to the "Boar King" legend of the Tsou Tribe, a sad love story without a happy ending.
Central Tree Lamp