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Austin Pool Facility

Design During Tenure at Marmon Mok Architecture

Inspired by the park's avian elements, this structure embraces an angular butterfly roof, harmonizing with the surroundings while enabling passive cooling and a profusion of natural light. Within non-conditioned spaces, a delicate mesh facilitates cross ventilation, melding nature with architecture, much like the play of light and shadow in my works.

Stackbond concrete masonry units gracefully ascend the terrain, echoing the land's contours and honoring its character. Above, translucent roof panels serve as instruments of illumination, effortlessly dispersing natural light throughout, thereby diminishing the need for artificial sources and allowing for uninterrupted contemplation of the downtown skyline against the backdrop of the North-East Austin hills.

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