Through the reorganization of function, the space will change and evolve, and also spawn different ways of use, thus giving the old factory a chance to create a new sense of space. This will allow the conference space to implicitly guide the sales process through the open floor plan. At the same time, it can provide uses such as product description or employee education and training.
The design is inspired by the concept of a museum. The eight-meter high space gives people an intuitive visual impact. The spatial structure is different from the various “partitions” of traditional photo studios, which use partitioning to divide the space into functional parts so that the customers will feel restricted. The collective sequence of floor-to-ceiling glasses and walls are superimposed at different shapes and angles and seem like dynamic with the effect of light.
The World need more fun. As a souvenir shop, Owner try to take a different approach to others, this store in inspired from the amazing ambiance of Circus atmosphere, to allow their customer with a different shopping experience: Cheer and Fun.
Decided to bring the curved shape with cone, to form of decorative column and domed ceiling structure, so that we can feel the curvature of the Circus, in simplified way.
Our products are divided into two categories:
the “Theatre” with the main axis of the story, and the “Museum” with the emphasis on ecological conservation. The appearance of the store integrates two themes to create a “small theater in the jungle in the city”.
“24 FRAMES OF LIGHTWELL” is a newborn complex space in a renovated old building. “Symbiosis of New and Old, New Life for Old Architecture” is the main concept of space design. The lightweight approach is applied to the entire structure for the creation of “frames” that extend from the lightwell and reorganize the space. Through the “frames”, the aggregated “views” and “senses” of participants will be the continuous integration of new and old performances in spaces and generations over time.
AirMesh is the world’s first fully-functional space made of 3D printed components in stainless-steel, advancing a new era of highly resource-efficient designs and unprecedented lightweight architecture. This entire digitally design and fabrication process minimizes wastage in construction, increases structural efficiency, and creates a positive impact on sustainability. A magical atmosphere is created highlighting selected vista points of the gardens, using subtle layers of recycled fishnet.
Right at the courtyard of this historical building in Central, we have created a playground, free from any rules. A floating cloud is formed by weaving hula hoops together, and a huge mattress made of recycled foam. Once you take off your shoes, children and parents lay down and start daydreaming under the floating yellow cloud. Meanwhile, to invent a lot of different games by using hula hoops. The whole courtyard space was being redefined and filled with laughters.
Viewing the mountain and into bamboo forest, is to translate interaction between people and scene into the metaphor of the work. People and natural scene were once attracted to each other, reviving such interaction is the very spirit of Satoyama.
Rich visual effects are assembled from changes in materials. We started from the wildness of the raw products, the process of leading the visitors to learn more about them and finally becoming consumers is explained by the three areas in the exhibition hall. Traditional agriculture is combined with design aesthetics to present a new look, highlighting the achievement of transforming the product to a brand and to connecting with people.
Each visitor entering in “Moon Hut” may think of his moon-lit hometown through the bleary dome, evoke “nostalgia” that has been missed and originated from innermost memory. This is what “Moon Hut” means.