Located in the Boai District in central Taipei, the National Theater & Concert Hall (or the NTCH) features the traditional Chinese palace structure.
The gold roofs, overturned edges, Chinese red colonnades and colorful arches demonstrate an elegant and imposing manner. The two buildings and the four adjacent plazas create an interesting and artistic living landscape, becoming one of the most significant landmarks in Taipei.
The National Theater adopts the solemn hip roof shape, while the National Concert Hall is topped with the gable roof shape. While both designs were preserved for the royals in ancient times, now they welcome the public to come and admire with open arms. The architectural streamline drawn by the overturned edges of these majestic and classic national art sanctuaries inspires people to imagine the future on the basis of classicism.
Address：No. 221-1, Zhongshan S. Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City, Taiwan