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忠泰建設機構

A Better Tomorrow

期許一個更美好的明天

 

堅守誠信原則,專注精耕建築本業,以建築與人的生活為本,是忠泰建設機構自始以來謹守的方向。從土地開發、建築規劃、營造施工、售後服務、行銷服務,建立完整的建築開發及營造事業品牌。

「思考,行動,建築就會改變」。在創新思維的驅策下,致力於追求當代新趨勢、新品味、新技術,一路向前推進,讓每棟建築都擁有無可取代的獨特性格,不只改變了台灣住宅的發展趨勢,也奠定了台灣建築新標竿。

不拘泥於固有的觀念,以獨立思考及積極行動介入城市成長的過程,希冀創造新的價值和城市的新樣貌。忠泰一向相信,透過不斷的嘗試及改變,連結人與人、人與空間、人與環境的關係來開拓更美好的明天。

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NAOTO FUKASAWA

Product designer

 

With his designs devoted to simplicity and sublime beauty, Fukasawa has designed for a wide range of leading brands worldwide in Italy, Germany, America, Switzerland, Spain, China, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, France, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, and Japan, as well as consulting for major international manufacturers. His designs span a wide variety of fields, from precision electronic equipment to furniture and interior spaces.

He has won numerous awards for his work including the 2018 Isamu Noguchi Award. His wall-mounted CD player for MUJI, the humidifier for ±0, the mobile phones INFOBAR and neon for au/KDDI, are all part of the permanent collection at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). MUJI’s wall-mounted CD player is also part of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s permanent collection, while his HIROSHIMA armchair for MARUNI is part of Designmuseum Danmark’s permanent collection. In 2007, he was accorded the title of Honorary Royal Designer for Industry (Royal Society of Arts, UK).

Fukasawa is one of the directors of 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT. He also sits on the design advisory board of MUJI and is the art director of MARUNI. In 2006, he established “Super Normal” with Jasper Morrison. In 2017, he became a member of the judging committee for the LOEWE Craft Prize. He is a professor in the Integrated Design department at Tama Art University. Since 2012, he is acting as the 5th curator of The Nihon Mingei-kan (The Japan Folk Crafts Museum).

Fukasawa has authored books including ‘An Outline of Design’ (TOTO Shuppan), and co-authored ‘The Ecological Approach to Design’ (Tokyo Shoseki) and ‘Optimum−The Designs of Original Forms’ (Rikuyosha), as well as producing a monograph of his work, published in 2007, ‘Naoto Fukasawa’ (Phaidon). In 2009 he held ‘The Outline’ exhibition with photographer Tamotsu Fujii, and published a book of the same name by Hachette Fujingaho (now Hearst Fujingaho). The recent book, published in 2018, ‘Naoto Fukasawa EMBODIMENT’ (PHAIDON).

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