In our practice, we have continued to explore ways in which the man-made and the natural can co-exist – integrating architecture into the environment, abstracting architecture in response to nature, or introducing nature into architecture. In these explorations aimed at enhancing the natural attributes of architecture, a natural architectural view integrating man, architecture and nature has gradually taken shape.
“Natural landscapes and ecological environments are not necessary to maintain the emotional connection between people and nature, but that man-made spaces that offer a unique experience of living with nature can also evoke a sense of reflection and yearning for nature. ”
In order to build a deep foundation of dialogue with nature in the everyday urban site, we envisage a new architectural prototype based on the fractal geometry of nature – the smallest structural unit in the construction process as the basic spatial unit, which, with a certain “self-similarit…