thesis project Spring 2018
The thesis is an investigation of body intimacy across scale.
Within the setting of a dwelling,
I explore the relationship between my body and architecture.
Intimacy is evoked through skin and eye.
It is the sensation of tactility and enclosure.
The intimacy inhabits in the house.
The thesis is an investigation of architecture discipline through the process of making -- a way of working toward architecture through crafting.
To me, architecture is an intimate body relation,
a physical process of making and thinking through hands.
In working across discipline,
I embrace the physical connection of my body with materials that I work with.
the inhabitation starts from an imaginary site
window and door unfold into furnitures of different program of use,
as desks, shelfs, or just as a reflection of color.
windows as doors are the two constantly flipping element.
it allows the interchange of inside and outside.