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St Peters Square – Manchester UK

November 21, 2011

Parterre style formal garden pattern lain in reclaimed sealed red brick, reminding the early industrial period. In-filed with contemporary take on the theme, linking the past and historic buildings around the site with a more modern Manchester.


Small Urban Park

November 11, 2011

A geometrical, straightforward drawing with strips that create corridors, influenced from Cubism. The perspective design gives the impression of a bigger space in width and length. The plan borrows elements from the surrondings and the whole city.

Minimal white exterior

November 5, 2011

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the Japanese minimalism meets the Cycladic architecture in a rocky sea side residence

London minimal rooftop

November 3, 2011

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Minimal roof garden design, between two buildings.
materials: timber docks, grass, marble steps.

Vertical Garden Furniture

July 13, 2011

A framing planted structure provides enclosure and in the same time allows people to pass and see through. This adding is inspired from the pacman levels and attempts to create the sense of escape, using the vegetation in an alternative way.

Colour Gardens

May 25, 2011

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A series of collages of photographs and images, depicting various forms of colorful small gardens.

Space invader – Pocket Park

May 11, 2011

An experimental implementation of the concept of Vest Pocket Parks in Northern Quarter, Manchester UK. The American definition, translated into European standards, tries to enhance the idea of the urban life’s quality improvement, using a concept inspired from the local spirit.

The design suggests different levels, creating a slope park. The park views focus in and out of it utilising the wallscape as a focal vertical surface, the brick texture in combination with plants and water, provide a dominant complex that detaches the focus from the main park.