Blue Whale Soundproof doors and windows” originated in 1983 and officially registered as a trademark in 1993. The founder of Blue Whale was deeply influenced by European architectural culture and insisted on the philosophy of “aesthetic lifestyle and craft art”, and upheld the ideal of “enhancing the aesthetic of Taiwan’s cities”. The company has been developing since then.
In 1998, in collaboration with the Taiwanese engraver “Chen Wei-Long,” Blue Whale introduced the “H3 Cloud” double-opening door, combining cast aluminum with hand-carved craftsmanship. Each piece took at least 30 days to carve, and after thousands of clouds were completed, they were seamlessly integrated into the door panels, presenting a soaring and elegant beauty. That same year, they also launched the Japanese-inspired collection, inaugurating the H3 Art Door series.
In 2016, Blue Whale made a bold attempt to use solid Burmese teakwood that was over 70 years old and weighed hundreds of kilograms to decorate its doors. They also extensively researched and developed the structure of the doors, collaborated with woodcraft artisans on carving and assembling, and created the Blue Whale Collection Doors: “H3 Lake Reflection” and “H3 Original”. With these doors, people in Taiwan can now enjoy the beauty of natural wood aesthetics, even in the damp and harsh climate of Taiwan’s four seasons, without having to worry about issues such as wood decay and deterioration.
In 2019, Blue Whale Artistic Design team created the “Mykonos” door series specifically designed for women. The team traveled to Greece for inspiration, using the color blue as the theme and incorporating cultural elements to create three unique doors: “Sky Blue,” “Deep Sea Blue,” and “Misty Blue.” By combining the gentleness of a home with the strength of steel, these doors have a unique charm.
In 2020, Blue Whale collaborated with Taiwanese engraver Wei-Long Chen to launch the “H3 Cloud” double-opening door. The aluminum material was combined with hand-carved engravings, with each piece taking at least 30 days to complete. After thousands of clouds were carved, they were integrated with the door panels to present the meaning of boundless growth and progress.
In 2021, Blue Whale introduced a new material called “titanium gold” and combined it with over 70-year-old Burmese teakwood to create the “H4 New Lake Garden” door, showcasing the combination of primitive and modern art. In the same year, they also released the “H4 New Lake Garden” door made by German tailors with hand-sewn cowhide, taking 180 days to complete one stitch at a time. It was praised by supercar enthusiasts as a masterpiece of craftsmanship.
In 2022, the “Blue Whale Villa” villa exhibition center base will be built to design doors and windows for villa customers. In addition to displaying the doors and windows of Blue Whale, it will also promote the aesthetics of life, share advanced building materials and construction methods, shorten the distance between buildings and people, increase the practicality of life, and improve the quality and enjoyment of life.
In 2023, Blue Whale Villa will release new products. Artist Chen John was invited to create the “Star Diamond Series”. The façade is made of titanium, hand-carved, and sold in limited quantities. In addition to the collection’s value, the product is more in line with living, sound insulation, fire prevention, and smoke insulation needs. They mainly target the world’s top luxury real estate clients.