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  • amethyst
    hong kong CHINA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    han TANG: The aim for this design is to create a visionary icon for Parramatta’s CBD by introducing a world-class urban experience art center defined by hybrid urban environments. Different functional spaces are woven together by way of an elevated Concourse, creating a unified whole which has significant presence in the city. The Concourse is a bridging element which acts as circulation for the art center but also as a commercial zone which includes lively urban activities such as shopping, restaurants, bars, and other public amenities. It will be a 24 hour space which will support the theater functions but also operate independently.

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  • labyrinth
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    han TANG: LABYRINTH is to try to map the non-linear evolution of dynamic spatial system in ecologically-based models. It reviews the self-organizing process by investigating in particular the relevance of chaos theory. The structure formation starts with a chaotic situation, and after long term evolution, a stable structure system emerges. It reflects the spaticial relationship between solid and void through time. Here, we argue that inherent randomness is a sufficient condition for the generation of ordered patterns under evolutionary dynamics.

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  • tequila
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project:

    han TANG: tequila is to rethink the relationship between function and ornament in terms of interior design by incorporating stair, chandelier, and wall. on a local scale, each of these elements is carried out in a very programmatic and functional perspective in regards to its own utilization. each component changes in quality from close(solid) to open(skeleton) which adds to its variation. then by different connections, these components aggregate in a way that alternating through iteration and scale. different formation starts to emerge following those local rules through many iterations in the end.

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