When we purchase houses we do not just look into the home but the surrounding amenities. With the rise of more amenities, more of these ground-level spaces (Void Deck) started to lose their accents and purposes, now left empty and waiting for it to be revitalized. We look into we can better utilize these ground-level spaces as well as provides better care spaces for the seniors in the neighborhood. By repurposing the design outlook of the void deck through the way we care for the seniors.

Reimagining everyday spaces & Breaking down barriers

If we look at their hierarchy, the first major transition occurs at the boundary between the natural and the built environment (for example, the boundary of a forest and a city). As we move inwards into the city the next transition occurs in public spaces, streets and their intersections. Then there will be a transition between internal and external spaces, and then finally we will get to the transitions between the interiors.

Level of intimacy

Wandering or exploring around the neighborhood we would be able to identify and create a specific landmark or venue engraved into our brain so that we could familiarise our surroundings. Noise level are considerate in spaces as it affect the audience where they want to wander around. This is concluded base on site observation.

New resting space

As the ground level spaces all look the same. The werid angle aim to give a new attention to the space, allowing peope to come forward at all sides. Giving a sense of attractive and awareness. Surprize gaze encourage a new opportunity of acknowledgement presence in space, a simple knodding.


Often in these ground-level void deck spaces, it is interpreted as the same equal spacing with multiple rows of columns, lacks interest in looking at it, not waiting to use these spaces. In this exploration, we aim to break the flow of these spaces to bring out movements in the structural wall through direction and positioning.

combination of intentionS