An immersive public space in the heart of Shanghai's comercial district09.02.2018
A vertical park for NYC05.04.2016
An urban intervention in the public space of Santiago, Chile29.09.2015
A huge inclined plaza that acts as a massive amphitheater in East Nanjing11.08.2015
10 functions blending together in a massive yellow object01.12.2014
Olympia on Tour is a remake of our playful urban intervention “Olympia”, done back in 2017, inspired by sports for the activation of different public spaces. This time, driven by a “plug & play” strategy, it is intended to be itinerant throughout several cities in China. It has been installed first in the city of Ningbo, in the fall of 2021, and early next year will be moving to Hangzhou, with several other cities in the pipeline.
Hidden Garden is an exterior renovation of a sunken plaza giving access to a mixed-use complex in Minhang, the suburban district in the South-West of Shanghai.
Besides serving as access plaza to the commercial and office buildings, the sunken plaza is also an open-air public space fully open to the public throughout the day.
The shower is a public space project that offers an alternative to the traditional concept of plaza, catalyzing social dynamics and activating urban spaces. It’s inspired by summer elements that could bring some freshness to the plaza, such as sea, water splash, summer breeze, surfing and summer lifestyle in general.
Its design is conceptualized as water dropping down the big stairs creating a pool in the plaza.
Conceptually the water drops solidify becoming seating features with triangular shading structures, transforming the stairs into a tribune toward the main plaza where the crystal pool is located.
The project is inspired in the spectrum of colors that appears when a light ray intercepts a crystal separating the light into different colors. It consists in 3 circles of activities intercepting each other in the main atrium of the shopping center. The circles are either domes, for climbing and playing, or seating features for resting.
Olympia is a playscape inspired in sports due to the celebration of the FIFA World Cup during the same period. Designed to attract customers and enhance the World Cup experience, Olympia was strategically located at the intersection of 2 newly renovated pedestrian streets in the commercial district called Life Hub @ Daning.
Designed to revitalize an interior space of a commercial building with the "Music" theme creating many interactive features for the amusement of the users. Music Floor is an interior revamp of the public areas in the 4th floor of The Place, which was dedicated to Music & Dance related stores.
It is a colorful experience composed by a bubbling basketball field, climbing surfaces and a race track that would go around the obstacles creating new spaces, allocating benches and seating features as well as some triangular red board drawing surfaces.