A Fig Container
This is a container designed from inside-out. The interior of a fig projects strong visual of an embryo: seeds are connected to the outer flesh where the most nutrient stays, as if a baby in a womb. The design of this fig container takes on the idea of "organically enclosed", and finishes with handcrafted origami techniques.
This project is to design a 900 sq2 two levels living space in downtown Brooklyn for a intergenerational family of four: a grandma, a couple and a 3-year-old boy. The goal of this project is to create a modern and comfortable living area while preserving different levels of privacy and openness.
MUSIC PERFORMANCE SPACE
WITHIN A RESIDENTIAL SETTING
This project introduces public performance to private apartment with a leasable music practice room in the network of a sharable space.
The design focues on reversing the role of performers and observers, by activating the performer to watchover the observers at varies points throughout the space. This brings up the question of who is watching and who is being watched.