Kilmo Kang

Kilmo Kang

New York, NY, US


Double x Double

Responding to the housing shortage in Brasilia, the project envisions a series of carbon sink sites that combine institutional and housing programs. Using eco-friendly materials, layers of spaces with different levels of permeability alternate with natural elements to maximize the evaporative cooling effect. Simultaneously, kinetic architecture and transformable furniture double the spatial efficiency and allow the spaces to expand and contract based on the daytime and nighttime programs.

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Status: School Project
Location: Brasília, BR
My Role: Plan/Section drawing, Concept diagrams, Physical model, Design development