In this proposal, we firstly focus on the study of the independent architectural objects, including the stairs, ramp and rooms which wrap up different programs inside. These objects are placed along the wall in a panoramic sequence to emphasize the dynamism among them, simultaneously thematize their clear yet unconventional relationships.
The legacy of the Bauhaus is defined in large part by a multiplicity of identities and tensions which contribute to its continuing vitality nearly a century after its founding. It would be a reduction of the complexity of the Bauhaus to divide it cleanly into a technical side and an expressive side, yet technical and expressive factors were often in conflict and in conversation throughout its history. . . .
* One of two first-prize winning entries.