24, FuXing S Rd, Sec 1
Hours: 1F & 4F 11 am-10 pm,
2F & 3F 11 am-9 pm
From the masterminds behind "A Better Tomorrow" exhibition at the Museum of Tomorrow in 2007 comes MOT, a four-floor establishment opposite the Breeze Center that sells furniture, home decor items, and designer works from around the world. This place's white color scheme looks modern and provides a nice backdrop for the furniture, contemporary art works, and household necessities that MOT sells. The complex has a Taiwanese restaurant called Jiao Shi on the first floor; Casa, a furniture and home decor store on the second; and Arts, a gallery that showcases work from local and international artists on the third. Arts also holds seminars for art enthusiasts who can come to exchange ideas or work. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee
A. Casa showcases an array of furniture and home decor products imported from Japan, the U.S. and Denmark. This designer furniture is tasteful and practical.
B. Besides drinks and snacks, Lofe Cafe, located on the top floor, sells a few home accessories and stationery. The French windows and natural lighting make it quite relaxing.