The project is a master plan for a mixed-use development that contains educational, residential and commercial facilities. The proposal has been conceptualized as kids’ doodles on a piece of paper, creating areas for resting and playing as well as sports public facilities.
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.
A public space beautification inspired by the digital concept of pixels. Every pixel is a component with a different function on it. Thus, the functional pixels are positioned in different combinations in order to generate a hyper-stimulating hardscape of leisure activities.
Permanently open to the public as a new typology of functional open urban objects which provide of free wifi connection, free USB charging sockets, sitting arrangement, newspaper rack, coffee table, reading lights at night and a emergency public phone are among the new features of this revamp phone booths.
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.
It is an intervention in the open public lobby of a co-working heritage building from 1926. The pavement creates an intense red direction that invites the user to come in. The arrow then bends creating an amphitheater and a meeting room underneath pointing to the ceiling with a huge LED screen arrow-shaped.
Jungle Race is a 1,200 m2 indoor intervention designed to reactivate sparsely used areas in a shopping mall, occupying the entire 2nd floor and with special emphasis on one of the corridors without any commercial shopfronts. It is an interior renovation that creates a space that will take the users out of this reality.