Toi Doi! contains travel notes by 22 architecture students of Parahyangan University about their field trip to Vietnam in 2014, in which 9 buildings were observed from architecture point of view. The objective of the book design is to help readers from any fields imagining the space and feeling the atmosphere of Vietnam architecture. Therefore, the photographs were taken in human-eye level and put into the layout without border and unnecessary graphics. Illustrations and important details are highlighted and the flow of the book layout is based on the real flow of activity in each building.
My design process follows my passion for the notions of heritage, interiors, and socio-culture. I am interested in projects that work with existing elements which embody certain logic and values to improve upon past mistakes and to adapt in accordance with its context. These approaches are urgent in the current and future environmental and social contexts. Moreover, the socio-cultural aspect is significant to position the people as the driving force of architecture. In line with the multi-faceted character of architecture, I am open to various fields that would add values to my knowledge.