To create a site specific design around nature
To develop a built-up form that is not highlighted. Fragmentation of the design is necessary to preserve existing trees. The design is fragmented at the same time it is interconnected for privacy. This develops central courts that form green spaces carved within the built form.
The concept is inward looking due to the elongated nature of the site and the possibility of development around the site. This leads to development of courts and water bodies that are interconnected.
The vocabulary of the rooms internally develops a sense of openness with respect to the courts.
Local materials are used. Walls to be in white to allow a play of shadows developed by sunlight filtering through the vegetation.
The design calls for spontaneity without too much articulation. A sense of mystery developed to reveal the intricate concept within this natural environment.