Doris Sung is an architect whose passion is driven by her intent to create a dynamic and living architecture. While there are precedents to the kind of material experimentation that is carried out in her studio, Bloom is a project completed at a scale of an architecture that takes in account its site context, layout and form to effectively breathe.
Contrasting her design to an art installation which is similarly breathing, One Hundred and Eight is integrated digital technology to enable this wall-mounted design to perform in a much more controlled environment. Isolated from nature’s influence, Nils Volker constructed this project to respond to viewer’s motion. Both designs possess the element of virtuality by creating an environment-responsive entity.