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Following a documentation of daylight rendering a bared space, A series of tilted planes of various materials were implemented to shape a spatial experience within the boutique hotel. These planes dictated the layout of programs based on solar exposure, navigated the movement of the user within the space, complimented the qualitative experience of the light reflecting, filtering, and absorbing its rays, as well as imposed the furniture placement. 
Two main design decisions were made to emphasis my initial inspiration from Le Corbusier’s open plan and architectural promenade, the tilted planes that extend to the roof to form a skylight and serve as a light-well, and the voids implementation that were created from the exiting columns.

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