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Five Dime Driftwood House Restaurant, Taipei by Adventurocity

Five Dime Driftwood House is one of a chain of Taiwanese restaurants designed by Sigang artist, Hsieh Li-Shiang, who owns four other such establishments with business partner, Chen Wei-yi. This property has been the most ambitious, costing US$6 million to construct. It may be Hsieh's last restaurant project.

Hsieh grew up on a farm where her parents grew sweet potatoes and peanuts. Living close to nature was a key influence on her artistic principles. Her work is reminiscent of Dali and Gaudi. (Rick Green photo | View slideshow)

Five Dime Driftwood House
No. 8, Lane 32, Sec. 1, Neihu Road, Taipei
Tel: +886 (02) 8502-5567

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