Reflective surfaces- mirrors the environment, expanding perception of space.
Simple spatial extension- withdrawing the floor slab slightly, connecting the two levels
Multilevel visual contact- Diagonal views through several offset floors
Atrium/skylight, natural light and sky-bound views without the full atrium.
Fujimoto- Multilevel transparency.
Elevated privacy core- retains openness, while enabling privacy in one direction.
Semi outdoor zone- making the hallway into an atrium.
Leading by concealing- next floor is semi-hidden, but underlined by light.
Ceiling gap- allows for longer views, more light, and a sense of flowing spaces.
Cutting the core- excess space is cut from the volume, making it lighter and more transparent.
Core as separator- Divides the larger room in two, without clear walls or doors. Allows for a more fluent space.
Transparency and function- retaining functional areas, while allowing for visual contact and light transmission.