Hsieh Ying-Chun considers architecture and town-planning a collective endeavour and participatory effort. His projects (often originating from the need to provide a prompt response to sudden and unexpected environmental or climatic emergencies) focus on principles such as biocompatibility, sustainability and self-sufficiency.

By engaging the future users in the decision-making and fabrication processes, Hsieh Ying-Chun ultimately facilitates the creation of democratic and ecological living spaces, holistically designed around the inhabitants’ needs.

Re-Live, 2012

Exhibited at Exchange Flags