Kama doji’s Private Collection Center
The real world has gradually blurred the boundary between online and offline.
The smallest unit of the world that we see on our mobile phones or computers, whether it is mountains and rivers in the natural world or landscapes in the artificial world, is the "pixel". Pixels are similar to boxes, which are the functional attributes of the architectural space.
Pixel,on the other hand, is the spiritual attribute of the architectural space.
The three pixels strung together a sequence of boxes of buildings perched by the lake, which is the original concept in the design of the collection center: representing the three karmas of body, mouth, and mind.
The building representing the body: is mainly for collections and reception.
The building representing the mouth: that is a pure lookout tower, symbolizes the hope and serves the communication between the two boxes on the left and right.
The building representing mind: which is the owner's living room and other functional residences, symbolizes introspection.
As the basic unit , the three pixels are the original concept in the design of the collection center.
The collection center is located in a wilderness near Lumbini in Nepal. And several blocks formed by small squares with position offset are like small stones in the wilderness. Firstly, it is to respond to the relationship with the surrounding environment and the mountain skyline. Secondly, it is to ensure the best vision under the premise of adapting the house to the terrain. Thirdly, it is to use the original concept to design the collection room that better balance the relationship between humanism, sense and sensibility.
This is a collection room belonging to Kama doji. I don't want to explain or analyse its design and whitewash excessively. Everything will be clear!
▼建筑总平面图 Master plan
▼北立面 Elevation North
Project Location: Nepal
Project Area: 560 sqm
Design Company: ARCHIHOPE LTD.
Main Designer: Hihope Zhu
Involved Designer: Fang Jie, He Mengjun, Lin Guicheng