Residential project targeting on the needs of graduated students at Pratt Institute. In order to fulfill the needs of gallery or display spaces. This piece of architecture is being elevated that forms a opened space on ground floor. The upper level housing units are split into four buildings, allowing the dense living space some air to flow in and also for natural to penetrate through.
The facade study is generated through research on materials that can be found in the nature. From the natural transformation of a plant, different stages of decaying is recorded then analyzed. In the project, skin of tomatoes are being studied the wrinkling process is taken down to further generation of the actual shape of facade.