My idea is to create a fusion between layered spaces and a supporting volumetric shell I did this by combining two objects of different nature so they could modify and transform each other. As the layered object is pushed into the perfect cube it subtracts parts of the exterior form to create a perfect fit between the layers and the volume. In the transition on two objects to one the layers being changing their shape (DE unification of layers) and exploding outwards to create new spatial relationships and start losing their symmetrical appearance, meanwhile the exterior form transforms into a shell that wraps around and interlocks with the interior figure in a suttil way serving the design as a base. In some parts of the design the layers diffuse with the volumetric form creating interesting shapes that dominate the design. Meanwhile the exterior shape spreads to the ground and smoothly blends with the ground plane, making it seem as if they were also connected. The ground plane follows the layered design and is marked with strong transitions from small to big steps and openings that accentuate the design. The apertures have asymmetrical shapes that do not follow the form of the building however they relate in some way. In areas where layers are mostly defined I created apertures that spread on multiple surfaces in order to lose the geometrical forms. The apertures are frames by a black thin edge that visually connects the viewer to the black shell.
The interior spaces follow the layers plus volume morphology. There are big open areas penetrated by spaces that follow the exterior layers. These open spaces can be appreciated in both floor plans and sections where this fusion of spaces is visible. The movement between spaces ocurrs vertically from entry until the top.
A blast of objects of different sizes and forms come together as they connect each other, and yet now that two shapes have become one, they booth maintain their characteristics and give their unique touch to the design.