A continuous white strip wraps around space creating a unique residence.
Hand-like enclosures in the form of louvered boxes make references to handpicked vegetables.
Two families sharing the living and auxiliary spaces while keeping their privacy.
A rectangular cut out into the residence’s volume creates a unified space.
A shop window design based on the envelope and the traditional Shoji screens.
A renovation based on the concept of ‘connection’ and the ‘labyrinth’.
Wooden sliding doors open up the residence to its surroundings or transform into a shield against the reoccurring typhoons.
An intriguing game of scale between two volumes and a courtyard.
An observatory composed of polygons is positioned resisting the sloping ground.
A synthesis of two interlocking residences sharing a courtyard.
The ring-shaped wing wall creates an intermediate zone between exterior and interior.
Deep brown steel sheets create a sober and stately facade for this corner building.
The theme for this project is the approach to architecture and exterior space that receives undulating peripheral density.
Two interventions, each on a different site, create a new type of square where the public in encouraged to experience the city in a totally different way.
With simple, pure geometric volumes, but rather challenging structural solutions, the project intends to evoke an image of lightness within a language of heavy and massive volumes.