The new path of movement in Heidi was made by mixing the separated domestic spaces and program in Heidi II like kitchen, dining area, mini library, lounge area and courtyard into one large connecting space. This whole program will becomes the connecting spatial that envelopes with movement vectors.
Heidi Dance is a project where I began to explore the choreography of people & users in The Heidi II. My design is centred at the lower ground area and making the users to use the un-used space in Heidi which indirectly changes the choreography.
Inspired by the program theory by Bernard Tschumi, I explored the potential of the language of walls in Heidi II to question what is the impact and how it could directs people into a new path of movement to cover the unused space?
In order to make user feels connected in the building and surrounding landscape, I explored the potential of the language of walls in regards to question what is the impact and how it could directs people into a new path of movement to cover the unused space?
'HEIDI DANCE' is not just changed the path of movement but also to allow users to experience the seamless flow along the journey in Heidi II. In showing the relationship between program and form, the discipline of 'Reciprocity' and 'Indifference' are being used. And from all the diagram above it shows the difference configuration of seating area that resulting in a deterministic form and an indeterminate program.