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PORTFOLIO FONG SHI YUAN M.ARCH 1 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE 19/20


Works

CURRICULUM VITAE

Please visit shiiyuan.squarespace.com for the updates on my projects and personal endeavours! COMPETITIONS Ramp Facade

2018 Architecture Skin: Honorable Mention

Tree House

2020 International Building Competition | Superivsor: Shinya Okuda

FILIGREE STRUCURES AND ITS EFFECT ON SPACES Exploration of Space frames and filigree structures in the integration of spatial, structure and tropical adaptation. Complexed Polyehdra

NUS Year 2| Tropical Studio | Supervisor: Tiah Nan Chyuan

-HEDRON

NUS Year 2| Printing Architecture | Supervisor: Florian Schaetz

The Bike Assembly

NUS Year 3| Cycling Studio | Supervisor: Hans Brouwer

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URBAN Residue

NUS Year 2| ABC Waterfronts | Supervisor: Chang Jiat Hwee

FLXCITY

NUS Year 4| NUS-Tsinghua Sharing Cities | Supervisors: Zhang Ye, Seah Chee Huang, Zhuoshu

Symbiosis

NUS Year 3|ETH Zurich Exchange | Studio Urban Think Tank | Supervisor: Hubert Klumpner

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Architecture Internship Program NUS

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Pencil Office

Summer Intern

Plus Collaboratives

NUS-STEP (Solutions to End Poverty) 2012 Smile Village Intern

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Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) Media Intern

('8&$7,21 National University of Singapore

2016-2021 2020 2015 AY 19/20 AY 18/19

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Masters of Architecture 2007-2010 Bachelors of Architecture 40th Secretary TAS Teaching Assistant Environmental Systems Exchange: ETH Zürich

Meridian Junior College Chung Cheng High School (Main)

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BCA-Industry Scholarship

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PROFICIENT

Rhinoceros, Enscape, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign,

BASICS

REVIT, Adobe Premiere, Vray, AUTOCAD, SketchUp


Ramp Facade Mobility for Ageing in Place SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 2018 ARCHI-SKIN COMPETITION: HONORABLE MENTION YEAR 2: FONG SHI YUAN, LEE LIP JIANG https://shiiyuan.squarespace.com/competitions

“In the increasingly complex role in which the urban metropolis plays in natural ecology, the design of the Architectural Skin in the urban context becomes crucial. This competition aims to be a platform for the consolidation of the best examples of Architectural Skin as well as the place for the ideation of what Skin can be for Architecture.” - Singapore Institute Of Architects

The original living spaces retreats as the system of ramps shelters the corridors improving its adaptation to harsh tropical conditions of Singapore, and creating a system of highly accessible spaces for interaction.


Forest Facade Re-imagining Highrise Greenery National University of Singapore, Year 4 International Building Competition 2020 Entry

The building is a combination of an office building typology and the vision of highrise greenery. What if offices could have trees? The planter is expressed in the form a pre-fabricated unit, assembled into an exoskeletal structure that creates an open plan in an office building. Highrise greenery is parametrically optimized in selection to optimize sun-shading, wind loading, and survivability. Each prefabricated unit is integrated into the rainwater collection and irrigation system to integrate the maintenance process.


Complexed Polyhedra Pyschological Barriers & The Tropical Lodge NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, YEAR 2 TROPICAL STUDIO | SUPERVISOR: TIAH NAN CHYUAN AY 2017/18

Part 1 Imperfect Shade Mimicry of Complexed Polyhedra and Natural Shade

Part 2 Primal Instincts and Pyschological Barriers Incomplete Tesellations of Complexed Polyhedra

The conventional space frame can be understood as a tesellation of two complexed polyhedra; the square pyramid and octahedron. The structure creates a long span light weight structure with a secondary property of shading that mimics a “natural shade.

Shadow study of irregular filling in conventional tessellation of complexed polyhedra.

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The spatial property of a complexed polyhedron creates habitable spaces and opportunity for anged shading devices. A full blown structure consitutes a tree-like structure with habitable spaces within; a mimicry of an almost forest-like environment.


Part 2 is an adapatation of the structure to a look out point at Mandai Zoo. A tropical residence that explores psychological boundaries between apes and humans. The project combined the employed the idea of “camouflaged barriers” found in the design of zoos which creates an

immersive viewing experience, together with the locomotive differences between humans and apes to establish a pyschological barrier. One that is physcially absent as it dissolves into the natural habitat of the ape enclosure. The result is a duality of planes and lines, solid and filigree,

floor and frames, a space where man and ape co-exists with no physical walls is created. The barriers are redefined through psychological walls and primal instincts, a domain manipulated through the locomotive and anatomical differences between ape and man.

The structure is an investigation of deficient angles formed by an unnatural tessellation of complexed polyhedron; in contrast to the conventional configuration of a space frame structure. The controlled disorder melds with nature while spaces of order resides the human presence.


3D-Printed Skin - Hedron Exploration of Complexed Polyhedron

The Bike Assembly A Bicycle Pavilion

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, YEAR 2 FONG SHI YUAN, EMMA LAU, LEE LIP JIANG, SAMUEL TAN, VALERIE YAP AY 2017/18 https://shiiyuan.squarespace.com/hedra

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, YEAR 3 CYCLING STUDIO | SUPERVISOR: HANS BROUWER AY 2018/19 https://shiiyuan.squarespace.com/bike-assembly

A bicycle pavilion nestled at a major juncture of the railway corridor situated at Buona Vista. It is envisioned as a structure made of recylcable timber bicycle frames modified for the bike sharing; it functions as a tropical adaptation in recalling nature’s imperfect shade. The building dissolves and aggregates along the stretch of the entire railway corridor, ultimately celebrating the coming of age “cycling culture” through the evocation of grandeur in scale and monumentality.

The filigree of the two complexed polyhedra; square pyramid and tetrahedron, brings huge potential that can be manipulated as a structural, load-bearing shading element that delineates spatial qualities. The curved surface designed as a loft between specifc chords of the polyhedra extends and flows through different scales.

The polyhedra grid forms a 3dimensional space where polyhedron can exist in different scales. The small polyhedra at the facade adapts to the tropical climate, while the large becomes a living space.


Residues Renewing waterfront spaces NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, YEAR 2 ABC WATERFRONT STUDIO | SUPERVISOR: CHANG JIAT HWEE AY 2017/18 https://shiiyuan.squarespace.com/urban-symbiosis

TRANSITING Disused Carpark near TOYOGO Undergoing Construction

TRANSITING Near SAJC Undergoing Construction

This brief called for the design of a building along Kallang River that demonstrates a crystallized pedagogy of environmental awareness and sustainability. This project is kickstarted by assessing the impacts of man’s wasteful acts; urban residues of different scales. Kallang River was originally known as Kallang Basin, a highly polluted reservoir of water caused by discharge of dirty water by the waterfront communities.

Heritage Site National Aerated Water Undergoing Construction

The frequent flooding of the basin meant that it the overflowing water often carried waste materials into the river, thus, the straightening and reprogramming of Kallang River waterfront was envisioned as the solution.

The ABC waterfront presents itself as a sustainable and clean strategy to curating river banks. Yet, this draws even greater attention to developing these valuably “beautiful” spaces.

WEDGED SPACE Empty plot near National Aerated Water

This strategy cleaned the river over time, yet the basin was gradually converted into a concrete canal devoid of activities and replete with neglected junctures.

Disused

The symbiotic watercraft recycling centre asserts itself as a gateway to uncovering the urban residues of urbanization, producing items of recycled construction waste. A watercraft that not only cleans and collect recyclable waste, but functions also as a mode of transport.

TEMPORARY Kallang Industrial Park Designated as residential plot

Instead of partaking in the production of urban residues; awkward urban spaces, it’s existence attempts to remove and uncover these residual spaces.

VOID SPACE Kallang Basin Industrial Estate No Activity

UNDER SPACE Kallang MRT Tracks Informal Occupance

WEDGED SPACE Empty Plot between Sims Avenue and Geylang Road No Activity

1:500 PLAN ROOF


FLXCITY NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, YEAR 4 NUS-TSINGHUA 2020 SHARING CITIES STUDIO | SUPERVISORS: ZHANG YE, SEAH CHEE HUANG, ZHUOSHU FONG SHI YUAN, FERANDA CHUA, HANYI, YULIN AY 2020

“An ecosystem of on demand spaces in empowering community through participation” A Chinatown of the new age; embracing the unique culture of trade and social life through a combination of technology, nature, trade, and community. Flythrough video available at: https://shiiyuan.squarespace.com/sharingcities-2020


A Historical Overview 1966

The old chinatown used to be a place where trade and social life intermingled. This culture of bottom up, community centricity was gradually lost to a series of inevitable urban redevelopment to improve living conditions due to un-

Thematic Research 1988

Future and Current Mobility Strategies

sanitary conditions and overcrowding. The subdivision of Chinatown was gradually re-defined by touristique themes and motorized roads.

Production Diversity

Site Analysis Programmatic Diversity Chinatown & Pearl’s Hill City Park Chinatown and Pearl’s Hill City Park is a unique combination of programs in the region. With a rich history of urban redevelopment, it is an intersection of tourist-centric business of fabric, ceramicwares and hawkers, with insular residential estates. These are the leftovers of what once defined the vibrant streets of social life and fluid trade framed by shophouses. Out extensive analysis approaches with the culturally rich site in mind, combining the future and current masterplan strategies for the site.

Consumption Diversity


Thematic Research

Typological Analysis Urban Redevelopment from the 1960s The shophouse street condition was the key to an intimate street life, defining by the intersection of social and trading activities. However, the growing population size required a new typological strategy to house more people. While occupants were relocated, their trade moved with them and the street life was re-designed as a historical re-in-

Rental & One-Room Residential Blocks

Major Demographics (Elderly)

terpretation of Chinatown of marketable value. Now pedestrians are confined to the five-foot walkways and streets were converted to roads for cars. The podium blocks attempts to bring back the vibrancy of intermingling between social and business activities, but faces a high-rise disconnection from the podum levels.


“An ecosystem of on-demand spaces to empower community through participation” Ecosystem The ecosystem focuses on “Community”, “Participation” and “Empowerment”. “Community” examines the demographic distribution, and internal/ external participants of the system. “Participation” examines the platforms of activities, based

COMMUNITY

on the diversity of programs offered on site and by the community. “Empowerment” examines key outcomes of “Cost of Living”, “Co-ownership” and “Jobs and Skills” that benefits the community.

PARTICIPATION

EMPOWERMENT

food

governing 1 ELDERLY

• occupational expertise • needs subsidy • unemployed

2 STUDENTS

• no occupational expertise • needs subsidy • unemployed • foreign / local

• occupational expertise • investing skills • interested in experience & related resources

for profit

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EXTERNAL PARTNERS

• design studios, edible garden cities, schools, start up investors

soil

atas kitchen

clay & dye

furniture / crockery ideas

innovate

skills, skilled & space

scheme of subsidized housing & necessities; food & fresh produce

NEST

subsidized fresh produce & food

subsidized housing for income per capita < $5000

CO-OWNERSHIP shared resources to create opportunities for development

upskilling short term lease

flexi (inno)

special workshops collaboration with internal /external creatives

start-up businesses

collaboration, mentorship and external parties

spaces

under mentorship, temporary brick-and-mortar to pop-ups

EVENT COMMONS getai, gallery, open ground entertainment

SHORT - TERM 5 VISITORS

COST OF LIVING

special farm

flexi (food)

WORKSHOP fabric, ceramics, assembly

events

• occupational expertise • financially stable • investment

furnishings

4 FAMILY

upskilling short term lease

part of co-living housing model

ce p experien

• occupational expertise • newly employed / unemployed • looking for first home

hours committed

COMMUNITY KITCHEN regulated participation & collaboration

3 YOUNG ADULTS

fresh produce

food waste

compost

URBAN FARM urban agroforestry

gallery unique community-made products & co-living furnishings

events community-centric events

events hire

Spatial System

flexi (expo)

HOTEL a living experience

CONSUMERS • interested in experiences • has spending power

On-Demand Empowerment A lifestyle of the new age that resonates with the identity of Chinatown, where trade was once fluid and intermingled with social life. We offer shared platforms in the form of automated vehicles and integrated docking infrastructure which spontaneously shapes spaces; a community centric approach. Primary programs are established for the commmunity to expand on, creating secondary and even more complexed programs; combinations that innovates and changes with time.

JOBS & SKILLED upskilling & empowerment, to stay employable

residencies residential creatives, hosting special workshops & events

The concept plan is a response of the exisiting site opportunities, employing strategies that aims to revitalize the trade and social life of what was Chinatown; the intimate street life. The diversity of programs are anchored by the infrastructural ring that eases movement of people and goods around and through the citypark; both on foot and via automated vehicles.


Systems Pedestrian Level Circulation

Imagined as a car-lite zone, pedestrian level circulation takes precedence over other modes of circulation. Two well-defined pedestrian spines are proposed in response to future planning strategies. With an underlying programmatic distribution, it becomes a sequential experience of FLXCITY in varying degrees of community-centricity.

Green Network The Pearl’s Hill City park is part of the larger urban greening plan “Greening Orchard”. The green network combines the movement of automated vehicles and pedestrian, generating meaningful movement through the park.

“An ecosystem of on-demand spaces to empower community through participation” Masterplan FLXCITY will not be a re-creation of the old chinatown, but a town of the new age that embraces the unique culture of trade and social life; through a combination of technology, nature, trade, and community.

“Conventionally, neighbourhood parks or parklike open spaces are considered boons conferred on the deprived populations of cities. Let us (...) consider city parks deprived places that need the boon of life and appreciation conferred upon them. (...) for people do confer use on parks and make them successes (...).” - Jane Jacobs The Death and Life of Great American Cities


Phased Development Pod Level Circulation

Movement of Residents

There are five main modes of circulation, underground, vertical, semi-subterranean, ground level and above ground movement. The automated vehicle infrastructure is integrated exensively throughout the entire site. The larger pods can only move underground, within the ring and up the vertical cores, while the smaller pods moves and docks flexibly; maintaining the walkability and vibrancy of pedestrian street.

Residents are gradually introduced to a system of co-living in the integrated ecosystem of FLXCITY. The new estate provides more residential units that relieves the high rise high density blocks in the older estate. Renovation capitalizes on the ease of movement through the automated vehicle system. The shop units on the ground level can be spontaneously programmed and re-programmed to provide interior furnishing services, food, and showrooms in the transition period of different phases.

Automobile Level Circulation

Movement of Businesses

The carpark becomes a key transition point between automated vechicles and typical automobile; accessibility by residents to their apartments and a loading/ unloading zone for goods. The carpark is positioned along the arterial road that leads to the port, capitalizing on the movement of imported goods.

Vendors are shifted about during the entire construction and alteration. The additional capacity of pods and shop units in the new estate accomodates up an extra 6000sqm of shophouses (People’s Park Centre equivalent). On top of that, an extra 6000sqm of aggregated flexible spaces through automated vehicles are introduced into the system, leveraging on the agency of community.

Phase 01: Outram Estate The new estate receives residents from People’s Park Estate such that the buildings there can undergo reconstruction.

Phase 02: York Hill Estate

1 Small shop unit = 120 sqm 1 Large shop unit = 240 sqm 1 Small Pod = 8 sqm 1 Large Pod = 15 sqm

Phase 03: People’s Park Estate Vendors that moved out in Phase 01 return, and new residents can take occupancy in the new residential estate.


User Journeys


Urban Section 01 Green Corridor Urban Thoroughfare The street life in the outram estate extends continuously into the green corridor network through the underpass. The continuous throughfare is imagined as an extensive stretch vibrant street life shaped by amenities, shopfronts and automated vehicles while maintaining connectivity to pearl’s hill through its porosity.

Urban Section 02 People’s Park Centre Urban Thoroughfare The street extends continuously from the MRT station and drop off plaza at the Outram State to People’s Park Complex. This is an emphasis of the City Living Room narrative that People’s Park Complex adopts, and here the key focus is on the design of an undisrupted pedestrian street that takes precedence over the built masses.

Urban Section 03 Integrating with Nature Infrastructure is provided as an inner ring that allows the automated vehicles to cross and move about the park. The mobility allosw the automated vehicle to dock anywhere in the park, activating spaces to the users’ desires.


Extending Pearl’s Hill Connectivity across the road and to the hill is always maintained. The street is shaped not only by the shop units on the ground, but by the existing historical buildings such as the lower barracks as well.

Low-rise street life fabric Pearl’s hill is imagined to flow outwards into the street life, extending its presence towards the main roads and creating green plaza at key intersections.


Revisiting Fluidity Flexible trading system and intimate streetscapes


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Automated Vehicles and Modular Fabrication Automated Vehicle There are two types of AVs, 3x5m and 2x4m. The larger AV focuses on the movement of goods, while the smaller one focuses on transport of people. Both AVs are capable of hosting activities, and shaping the activities it aggregates in. Shop Unit Each shop unit is a double storey shared space that can host up to 2 tenants. It starts with a basic steel frame scaffold structure that can be modified according to user specifications. The combination of AVs capable of transporting the pre-fabricated MET panels allows for sponaneity of construction and alteration. Unit Variations The modularity of each unit can vary from an open frame structure to a closed frame and to a hybrid unit. They can be differentiated into functions of amenities, public open space, or a normal shopunit integrated with pod docking functions. These make up the fundamental units of the block; controlling the porosity and programmatic functions.

Street Blocks The street block shapes a 10m wide by 10m tall street section, echoing the intimacy of shophouse streets. By controlling the length and porosity of each block, it confers the degree of publicness.


Spatial Hierarchy

Community Kitchen

Sports Complex

Plaza, Streets, Courtyards The street blocks are fundamental to carving plazas, streets and courtyards. Each courtyard is programmed specifically in the larger context of the masterplan ecosystem. The central courtyards of the estate houses public amenity programs such as community kitchens, sports complex and

theatre, while the plazas form entrances to the site. The private couryards require block lengths that are longer and undisrupted, thus creating more private streetscapes, while the plazas that are wider are unaffected by block porosity, thus are more suited to form public programs.

Theatre

Events Commons (Drop Off )

Green Plaza


Street Conditions


SYMBIOSIS Growth & Interdependence of Formal - Informal Urbanisation Processes

City Edges The existence of green (mangroves) are almost exclusive to the human settlements. Plagued with issues of flooding along the coasts, the informal settlements live in inhumane conditions.

ETHZ SWITZERLAND, EXCHANGE, BACHELOR’S FIFTH SEMESTER STUDIO URBAN THINK TANK, HUBERT KLUMPNER AY 2018/19

The intensity of red delineates dense and heavy traffic, narrates the relationship between the peripheral and city center; of working and living localities.

Protoyping the City Extension; Colombia - Cartagena Explorations in Inverting Private-Public Domain & Double Layered Growth. Formulating an urbanisation process that protects and formalizes informal communities through two strategies that establishes a meaningful, interdependent duality between the formal and informal, public and private:

City as Organ Every unqiue horizontal extension constitutes to the establishment of the vertical connection between old Cartagena and the new city up north; Serena del Mar. Each horizontal extension envisions a future growth in sections that connects the Cienaga (lake), mangrove, and land. The primary function of the extension should address housing issues; the formalization of informal communities.

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The primary circulation is perceived as in a formal grid form, following the structure of the hypothetical building cells. The building cells introduced can be interpreted as walls that encloses an inner courtyard. The walls are made up of two layer of buildings, the interior and the exterior. Both layers of walls houses formalizing communities, with the exterior being of greater permanence compared to the interior. In this configuration, the inner buildings would experience a greater sense of privateness facing the inner courtyard in relation to the exterior that faces the more

The Symbiotic Concept, Decentralizing to create dynamic flow

Growth can be characterized by the binary of destruction and creation, in the context of a city, described as a sacrificial process that replaces the “less favored”.

How will a city grow with the co-existence of formality and informality, a development that encompasses both communities within its framework?

Growth improves efficiency and functionality of the city as a whole and yet it can also be an exclusive act that sidelines the less prominent communities. The distribution of the formal and informal communities in the city of Cartagena reflects their respective hierarchy depending on its locality.

First by decentralizing the growth into the city grid. This scheme proposes a sequential method in negotiating these challenges, aiming to create a symbolic relationship between different communities through an experimental block morphology.

public street. The start of the city is planned with building cells that are designed with an oversized courtyard alongside a major infrastructure and a central program. In this scheme, the central program is proposed to be a knowledge-rail hub, an infrastructural access point that brings ideas together within the close vicinity of building cells that will contain the formalizing community. This aimsto establish an interdependent relationship between the visiting population and the formalizing population.

Courtyards, Streets & Intersections Knowledge-Rail Centre

Student’s Hostel

Sidewalk

Carpark

Sports Complex

Place of Worship

Sequential Growth & Take-Over

Phase 1: Building Cell

Yard

Interior Unit Property Line Circulation Zone

Phase 3: Vertical Expansion

Phase 2: Integration

Yard

Exterior Unit

Yard

6m Street

Exterior Unit

Yard

Encroach

Phase 3

Interior Unit Park

Park Connector Street

Food Centre

Main Road

Campus

Intersection

Garden


Prototypical Situations The growth begins from the inception of the knowledge-railway center and the surrounding prototypical block conditions. The decentralization of the knowledge-railway centre into smaller entities inserted into building cells induces a dynamic flow of people, creating opportunities for interactions in the junctions between the formal and formalizing.

combinations of scales creates different regional characteristics. This scheme proposes some prototypical functions of building cell considering the needs of a growing city.

Each building cell contains its own unique morphology depending on its specific program. In the early phases of development, the interior buildings of the cell would complement its respective central program, providing services that are required as it develops while the exterior building remains uninfleunced. This juxtaposition of private and public is maintained even as the city grows, as the morphology of the building cells guides the process of urbanisation. Through the manipulation of block scales, varying degrees of permeability to public access are created; longer cells tend to restrict movement and penetration, while shorter cells promotes movement. Different scales of blocks accomodates different types of programmes, and different

1. Initial Prototypical Blocks: Double Layered Blocks

2. Formal grid Circulation: Future public circulation

Train Station 3. Insert Programmes: Invert Public Private relationship

4. Green: Parks, Streets, Intersection Points

Carpark

Food Center 5. Growth: Maturing courtyard programmes

6. Integration: Interior units combine, protecting exterior units

Satellite Campus

Residential 7. Vertical Extension: Buildings grow while maintaining street-building height ratio.


Additive Structure of Building Units 3

The interior units are designed to be demolished and rebuilt easily, while the exterior unit are of greater permanence. Units are proposed to be built using prefabrication modules that can be transported easily through the pedestrian oriented, motor light streets.

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2 Inner living quarters are designated to the second storey

1 1 Bifurcation of the plan creates a threshold space facing the street, providing a greater sense of privacy to the inner living quarters. The threshold space can be set up as a small informal business, or a living area. Each building unit consists of a central courtyard that provides ventilation and daylight penetration.

Interior Unit

Exterior Unit LIVING

SPECIFIED PROGRAMME INSERTION

KITCHEN & DINING

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

LIVING

OPEN AIR COURTYARD RETAIL

OPEN DECK (EXTENSION PLATFORM)

RETAIL EXTENSION

SPECIFIED PROGRAMME INSERTION

KITCHEN & DINING

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

LIVING

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

RETAIL

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

OPEN DECK (EXTENSION PLATFORM)

TOILET LIVING

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

KITCHEN & DINING

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

KITCHEN & DINING

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

LIVING

TOILET

KITCHEN & DINING

BEDROOM

TOILET

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

LIVING OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

Ground Floor Plan 2m

5m

BEDROOM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

BEDROOM

TOILET

RETAIL EXTENSION

BEDROOM

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

OPEN AIR COURTYARD

Second Floor and Extension Area

OPEN PUBLIC PROGRAM

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