This 750 hectare resort development seeks to develop a method of
resort planning that prioritizes environmental, cultural, and social
Located at the top floor of a tower, the design of the sky lounge is
intended to align the interior spaces to the gestures of the building.
Studies of abstracted flower geometries originating from traditional rattan
patterns generate the forms and patterns of the ceiling and floor at various scales.
The Equator House sits on a long site positioned parallel to the equator. The living spaces have been imagined as volumes and voids on a terraced platform, allowing the user to weave in and out of interior and exterior spaces with strong orientations and axis to views of the rice paddies.
The idea of creating a "hand-crafted" building while maintaining a pragmatic approach to modern architectural language leads to a design strategy where natural and modern materials are applied to intrinsically reflect the use of the hand.
In this airport, the spatial quality of the Balinese roof has been preserved as
a floating volume suspended within a contemporary pleasure garden.
Given the challenge to fit 12 townhouses on an overly narrow site, this
project was inspired by the typology of the Shotgun House from the
project explores the tension of scattered volumes in the landscape, pulled in
by the main corridor of the building.