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Existentialism Paradise / lifestyle concept

Existentialism Paradise
Existentialism Paradise

I created a paradise for people to find themselves and their meaning of the life here. According to Maslow's theory, I defined nine kinds of spaces; divided into three parts. The first part is about the Interpersonal relationship. The second part is some place to let people find out who they are and know more about themselves. And the third part is about the requirement of growth. I want to give spaces for people to learn and create more by using these spaces. Finally, all the spaces will lead to one space, the shrine. It’s the last space of the paradise and it’s the final aim of human beings.

University

Ming Chuan University

Ming Chuan University
Taoyuan City, Taiwan

Mei-Hsin Pan,
Ming Chuan University