Brick Yard 33 1/3-A Modern Marvel In A Historic Setting–Renotalk
Brick Yard 33 ⅓, otherwise known as BY33 is a nostalgic space, and for good reason. Previously a club for American soldiers to gather, have a drink or two and rest their weary bones, the Brick Yard 33 ⅓ had seen better days.Tucked away amidst the vintage district of Yangmingshan, Taiwan, the monument previously known as the Grass Mountain Teen Club had fallen into ruins until HC Space Design came along and gave the magnificent building a much needed facelift.
Architizer–Brick Yard 33 1/3
As the scene blurs into a swirl and time gradually reverses back to the sweet old days, the song New York, New York by Frank Sinatra faded in to this vintage site of Yangmingshan, Taipei, where many US soldiers shared their memories of the 70’s Cold War Era. Far away from home, these warriors temporarily resided in this place;
Domus –Brick Yard
The site of Yangmingshan, Taipei, is where many US soldiers shared their memories of the 70’s Cold War Era. Far away from home, these people temporarily resided in this place; none of them knew if they could get back home again. This place was their only shelter, physically and mentally. It was a place for people who missed their distant families to meet and chat as a cure to their homesickness.
Landezine International Landscape Award LILA The Brick Yard 33 1/3
The Grass Mountain Teen Club, a brick compound on Yangming mountain that served as a club for US soldiers and their families stationed in Taiwan from the 1950s to the 1970s, has reopened as a public space for music, food and nostalgia. The former club, built in the 1950s and named Grass Mountain Teen Club in 1968, has been renamed the Brick Yard 33 1/3 (BY33). Combining indoor and outdoor spaces