435 International Art Village
435 International Art Village is the example of a successful combination of artistic creation and everyday life. This place was an old house occasionally used for veteran training. Now efforts to redesign and renovate the space have turned it into one of the most popular art zones in New Taipei City. Some of the architectural designs are from the 1960s, including the holystone flooring and special glass windows which have been preserved in the house, and has accommodated resident artists all over the world. The cultural environment here features amazing diversity.
435 Artist Studio was a dormitory. With 108 rooms in total, each building has 36 rooms (on the first and second floor). Each room is 5 square meters big, suitable for artists. Around a hundred of artist studios are available for professional artists from varied fields.
Each room is 5 square meters big, suitable for artists.
There are rehearsal room, piano room, darkroom, exhibition hall, and so on for resident artists to do research, creation as well as presentation. Creators are able to enjoy and utilize the most complete resources and spaces.
PanChiao 435 Art Zone was a dormitory for military training before. After that, the district office was in charge and the Cultural Affairs Bureau of New Taipei City re-arranged this place. With the concept of adaptive reuse of a vacant space, 435 Artist Studio not only gains a new purpose and a new look, but also a touch of the distinctive and diverse Taiwanese culture.