The average working adult’s schedule is often too hectic and tiring for them to engage in further learning for self-improvement, especially if classes are located far away from them.
Hence, SkillsFuture Rest & Learn parasitic design is proposed. Located between residential buildings for the convenience of working adults, especially during the weekends, this design can be replicated in different areas with its Lego-like structure.
This space aims to inspire and encourage people to take actions for their dreams through an unconventional learning process within its four levels—Level 1 (Just Start), Level 2 (Own Yourself), Level 3 (Sharing is Caring), and Level 4 (Take a Break).
Student Name: Adora Lin Shiyun
School: Temasek Polytechnic
Programme: Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design
Supervisor/Instructor: Matthias Low
Project Name: SkillsFuture Rest & Learn
Project Year: 2017
Location: Pasir Ris–Tampines, Park Connector between HDB Block 121 & 122, Singapore
Building Height: 4 storeys