Flying Carpet - This parent-child center is a building located at the foot of Mount Cangma, consisting of a multifunctional hall, a movie hall, a staircase, a cafe, and a large roof that can be walked on by people. It is an important design practise with the comprehension and application of “Duck Architecture" for the masses. This kind of building is good interpretation of its being with no more elaboration, especially among children. Architects brought the original intention and term “flying carpet” to refer to the design. A rolled-up floor, as a taking off carpet, is raised up to form the roof. Between the carpet and the ground are adhesive strings, which serves as forest facade.
Taikang Community Shen Garden - This community center provides public services related to the elderly for six apartments and one medical building in the whole block. In order to facilitate partition management and sharing, architects create a large "forest hall" with different "function generators boxes" embedded on both sides, which have independent external space accessibility, and create an internal spatial pattern of indoor business streets.
Nanjin MIGIWASEMI Teahouse - The setting of an artistic temperament is conducive to the consistency of design creation and material selection. Architects do not use any directional symbols. The experience direction is a simple and calm modern building from the outside, while the architectural boundary disappears after entering. Users need to go through a walking sequence, sit down at each table in the room, and exterior scene comes into sight.
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