Jade Lau

Room Continuum.
A city of buildings and streets is reformed as a continuous surface of rooms where there are: no defined public or private space
s, no streets, no separation between interior and exterior, no categorised programme, no distinction between the built and unbuilt and no residual space. From the Rooms & Cities unit, this project creates a frame for future living and development. With reference to historical and conceptual theories from Nolli, Piranesi, Archizoom and Koolhaas, it is a critique of conventional parameters of architectural design. It questions the purpose and fundamental qualities of the listed factors and looks at how occupation may materialise without them.

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