The concentration on optical caustics, the visual light form, as a vehicle for the architectural exploration of space and experience, is further explored through the design of this pavilion. Indeed, the premise of focusing on the fields of gaining higher definition in the development of the visual form towards a spatial quality is epitomised with the zooming deeper into the behaviour of light from which one obtains a powerful sense of volume, space and weight. Light behaviour generates architecture. Harm(o)pica integrates a series of light generated architectural surfaces and explores a new form of relationship with harmonic proportions.
The nature of light rays become harmonic strings and the combination of light generated surfaces and string geometry achieves an optical integration pushing towards an architectural expression that explores the emergence of optics as one cohesive architectural statement.