Timothy Wong: As our contemporary condition is shifting towards an image-centric one, this project contemplates the site of the image content as the context for architectural design. Through engaging the image with a disciplinary lens, specifically Le Corbusier’s 5 points of architecture as exemplified in Villa Savoye, the image estranges the traditional formal relationships. Hence, taking Keith Haring’s ‘Pop Shop Tokyo’ as the project’s context, its composition of characters and squiggles was explored to suggest an organizational logic of a part to loose-whole relationship. In which the figures inform each other’s form while not directly touching each other. Therefore, speculating a collapse of the rigid separation of parts.