Use architecture to leave a fragment of
“memory storage” in human psychology.
Space is no longer a metaphor but a revolution. It should become a text and a core that encompasses various specific details in an instant——spreading in people’s memory and sensitively perceiving human needs, expressing their knowledge and feelings.
Time is a living being. The building materials are developed for this purpose. In the overall space where the man-made cement boards of about 20 degrees gray are staggered and pasted, the traces of time will have a more profound reaction with the building materials. In addition, due to the texture of the building materials is delicate and overall, time will have a stable performance here.
“Sky City” constructed by hanging objects
People rest, exercise, communication, and perform activities in one place. We hope this building full of abstract entrances and exits will guide people’s eyes to the outside or above. After all, the sky and the water surface are more worthy of long-term observation than any solid structure.
Space Concept of Place Spirit
Light is a kind of creature. A building designed for light, it is full of possibilities and freedom. Whether it is drawing shadows on materials or overlapping with installations, the light will leave traces in the interior of the building in a rich form.
Torrio Gregotti once pointed out that the biggest enemy of modern architecture is to only consider its economic and technical requirements, and ignore the spatial concept of the spirit of the place. Modern architecture not only hopes to revive the material form of the past but also tries to re-establish the continuity of history and urban life. In the long history of the development of cities and architecture, various building types in each period will inevitably leave fragments of “memory storage” in the psychology of humans who use buildings. These buildings in the collective memory of mankind have various “archetypes”, and it is these archetypes that determine the shape of buildings and cities. The task of the designer is to dig out the eternal value in these prototypes and produce new-age works that are both innovative and historical.