If there was one thing that I have constantly contemplated and wanted to realise since the opening of my office in 1994, and throughout my interest in the experiential and perceptual aspects of architecture, it would be ‘things related to the land and nature’, with the intention of ‘making the building simple while enriching the phenomena and experience’. There is nothing more primal and effective than the experience of the land and nature, which can lead us into the realm of meaningful cognition. In order to further explicate the spirit of the land, and nature, its surrounding context, and the numerous and complex elements of nature to have them more potently experienced and related, the building about to be introduced there must first and foremost be simplified to emphasise the organic character of the land. However, this simple architectural gesture or placement often requires a third element, such as a wall, roof, or a screen that connects or separates them.

A screen can classify and group a complex architectural form, it can help to ease a user’s experience of nature by allowing or disallowing the penetration of light, and sometimes it can also create harmony with its surroundings by using the light that radiates. Initially, by using a wooden screen that was easy

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