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Traditional old houses in Taiwan are usually adopted with single-sided lighting. To resolve the sense of oppression from narrow houses, the 2nd floor slab on the daylighting side has been pushed back to create a 7m elevated structure. Each floor is an open space that uses a lot of glass, as well as the penetrating metal stairs and air bridge that construct a lithe flow line of lights and air. To create the raining scenery fancied by the owner, a karesansui water bowl is placed at the lobby, where single too infinite ripples are rendered from the water droplets and the bottom of the water.