Rejecting the notion of cultural pavilion as an object in a plaza, the China Pavilion is conceived as a field of spaces located beneath a floating cloud.
The Minafold Pavilion is an exploration in material performance. Rather than treating sustainability as a checklist of material choices, this canopy poses the question, "Can the properties of a single material be maximized to achieve minimal waste and compose a visual performance?"
One story high building is located in Saue Parish Koidu Village in a private housing area. The geometry of the house is inspired by the plot itself and the movement of the sunlight to catch as much warm southern and western sunlight as possible. The building is a shape-shifter offering different views from every angle.
The Lucky Knot connects, illuminates and entertains. The bridge offers a spectacular view of the river, Meixi Lake, the city of Changsha and the surrounding mountain range. Thanks to its remarkable LED lightshow, the bridge is set to become a landmark attraction in the light route that traces the path of the Dragon King Harbour River.
The Orangery links the Baroque era to our current day in the form of a strong, artistic work that presents itself as a unified whole. The pavilion is a reinterpretation of one of the most iconic buildings of the Baroque era: the church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane in Rome designed by the architect Francesco Borromini (1599–1667).
Pauhu pavilion and open stage realized mainly through voluntary work as a part of Tampere Architecture Week, in Finland. It is an annual event about architecture and urban planning, intended to add interest and discussion about the built environment. The theme in 2015, Interaction, aimed to increase discussion between citizens themselves and between architects and citizens.
The EKKLESÍA installation represented a temple where citizens can meet and realize the power they have to change things through debate and confrontation of ideas.