Design Principles - PartI/II

  • OCCLUSION    When the jaws closed, containing light passing by. Enclosed, open, and semi-transparent spaces are embedded in a structure of intersection based on two axes. One-piece folds throughout the matrix. Two sequences setup its logic: Two sets of slots merging up to the overlaying slots on the top; two opposing claps moving leftward towards joining on the other end. 

  • RIVULET PAVILION
    This pavilion carries a metaphor of rivulets. Spiral circulation passes through a forest of columns. Floors shift at each height, bring light in. Enclosure and fluid voids are generated by pushing and folding the frames. Natural landscape flows through the structure. The height of floors and entrances of ramps flows the slope of the ground.